Spanish, B.A.

World Languages and Literatures |View/Print PDF

The program outline and graduation requirements are listed below.  In addition, free electives are selected to reach 120 credits overall required for graduation.

The department website provides an overview of the program, admission requirements (when applicable), faculty biographies, learning outcomes, and careers:  https://www.southernct.edu/academics/world-languages-and-literatures/programs 

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS 

All bachelor’s degree programs include liberal education (LEP) and writing (W) course requirements.  Detailed information on these requirements is published in this section of the catalog: https://catalog.southernct.edu/undergraduate/general-information/lep.html

Writing courses are not additional course requirements, course sections that meet this requirement are designated with a ‘W’ on the class schedule.  Courses in the major and/or cognate may also be used to satisfy LEP requirements where noted below (*).

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS (30 Credits)

Major GPA of 2.0 required

Select one from:
SPA 101 - Spanish II
SPA 106 - Spanish Language Practice in Spain

Select one from:
SPA 200 - Spanish III (T1MC)*
SPA 206 - Spanish Culture in Spain

 

SPA 210 - Spanish IV-Latino America (T2AE)*
SPA 300 - Composition

Take a minimum of 2 additional 300-level SPA courses.

Take a minimum of 2 additional 400-level SPA courses.

Take additional 300-level and/or 400-level SPA courses to complete the 30 credit major.

COGNATE REQUIREMENTS (3 Credits)

World Literature (Select 3 credits from):
LIT 326 — Dante and His Times
LIT 328 — Literature of Medieval Europe
LIT 330 — Renaissance in Europe 1350-1650
LIT 338 — Russian Novel of the 19th Century
LIT 342 — Dostoyevsky
LIT 346 — Russian Short Story
LIT 348 — Modern Literature and Other Arts
LIT 354 — European Novel and Short Story 1945 to Present
LIT 370 — Contemporary French Novel
LIT 374 — Modern German Literature
LIT 382 — Contemporary Latin American Literature
LIT 406 — Classical Drama
LIT 488 — Seminar in World Literature