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Getting a minor can help build your skills in your field of study when correctly applied to a complementing major.
A minor can also be beneficial when you know what type of career you want to get into after graduation. In many cases what you major in does not necessarily reflect what kind of career you will go into. But if you see yourself leaning toward a certain career, you can pair this somewhat unrelated major to a minor that correlates between the two.
Minoring in a language can be a great way to help you stand out from your competition in the job market.
These program requirements are subject to periodic revision by the academic department, and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences reserves the right to make exceptions and substitutions as judged necessary in individual cases. Therefore, the College strongly urges students to consult regularly with their major, minor and CLAS advisors to confirm the best plans of study before finalizing them.
This is an on-campus program.
Declaring This Minor
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Please see your faculty advisor to develop a plan of study.
Students must satisfy all requirements as outlined below and by the department offering the minor.
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Students must complete a minimum of 15 SPAN credit hours.
Students must complete a minimum of 15 upper-division (3000-level and above) SPAN credit hours.
Students must earn a minimum grade of C- (1.7) in all courses that apply to the minor and must achieve a minimum cumulative minor GPA of 2.0. All graded attempts in required and elective courses are calculated in the minor GPA. Courses taken using P+/P/F or S/U grading cannot apply to minor requirements.
Students must complete a minimum of nine SPAN credit hours with CU Denver faculty.
Program Restrictions, Allowances and Recommendations
Students may count up to three credit hours of Independent Study or Internship courses toward the minor.
Students must declare this minor prior to their final semester of coursework.
All course work must be taught in Spanish.
|Complete at least one of the following required courses:
|Spanish American Culture and Civilization
|Contemporary Latin American Culture and Institutions
|Culture and Civilization of Spain I
|Culture and Civilization of Spain II
|Contemporary Spanish Culture and Institutions
|Special Topics In Hispanic Culture
|Ibero-American Cultures through Film
|Food Metaphors: Ibero-American Cuisine and Culture
|Bilingual Communities: Spanish as a Language of Contact
|Modern Culture of Spain through Film and Narrative
|Complete 12 additional upper-division (3000-level and above) SPAN elective credits, taught in Spanish. 1
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