EUROPEAN STUDIES: SPANISH
Robert N Baah, Kathryn Mary Bartholomew, Michelle Beauclair, Owen M Ewald, Lylje H Klein, Katya Nemtchinova, Eric William Vogt, Michael Joakim Ziemann
Spanish Faculty: Robert Baah, Jeffrey Stevenson, Eric Vogt
Robert Baah, Contact Person
Spanish Program Requirements
In support of the SPU mission to cultivate graduates of competence and character, the European studies: Spanish major and minor programs seek to further the linguistic and cultural competence of our students by affording them stimulating and demanding opportunities in classroom settings and overseas.
The European studies option focuses on Spain as a member of the European community, its history, culture, and literature. Among many goals of this option is that of enabling students to discern issues surrounding Europe’s role in the modern world and hence become responsible citizens of our country where European/U.S. relations are concerned.
Requirements for the Major
A European studies: Spanish major requires 40 credits, of
which 25 must be upper division, in addition to the 19 base-course credits and the other major requirements listed above. A
minimum of 18 upper-division credits must be in courses taught in
Spanish. Courses in the history of the Hispanic world, HIS 3750
Latin America (5), and HIS 3331 History of Spain and Portugal (5)
are required and can be included in the total credits. Students must complete all non-credited and language proficiency requirements found on the Languages department page.
Requirements for the Spanish Studies Minor
The minimum requirement for a minor in Spanish studies is 33
credits, of which a minimum of 15 must be upper division. Each
student who minors in Spanish studies will complete two courses
from courses with a European studies prefix or HIS 3331 and HIS
3750 and a minimum of 25 credits from the Spanish course offerings.
A minimum of 7 upper-division credits must be in courses
taught in Spanish.
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