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Minors in Spanish and Portuguese

The minors in Spanish and Portuguese are for students who want to combine acquisition of linguistic competence with the study of the literature, thought, culture, or language systems of the Spanish- or Portuguese-speaking worlds. The minors in Spanish and Portuguese require 30 units of course work taken for a letter grade. Up to 5 units of course work outside the department, up to 10 units of relevant course work taken abroad, and up to 10 units of second-year and above Spanish or Portuguese language courses may count toward these minors with the approval of the minors coordinator. To declare either of these minors or for more information, see the minors coordinator or the student affairs officer in the Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages.

MINOR IN SPANISH

Requirements—

  1. A 100- or 200-level course in Iberian literature
  2. A 100- or 200-level course in Latin American literature
  3. Any additional 100- or 200-level courses in literature and culture to complete 30 units. IHUM courses with a Hispanophone component taught at least partially by a faculty member of the department may count toward these electives.

MINOR IN PORTUGUESE

Requirements—

  1. A 100- or 200-level course in Iberian literature with a Lusophone component
  2. A 100- or 200-level course in Latin American literature with a Lusophone component
  3. Any additional 100- or 200-level courses in literature and culture to complete 30 units. IHUM courses with a Lusophone component taught at least partially by a faculty member of the department may count toward these electives.

MINOR IN LITERATURE AND MINOR IN MODERN LANGUAGES

The Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages offers two undergraduate minor programs: the minor in Literature and the minor in Modern Languages. These minors draw on literature and language courses offered in this and other literature departments. See the "Literatures, Cultures, and Languages" section of this bulletin for further details about these minors and their requirements.

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