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Spanish Linguistics (Minor)

Course Requirements​

The Spanish Linguistics minor introduces students to the formal study of Spanish Phonetics, Phonology, Morphology, Syntax, Sociolinguistics and Spanish in the U.S. 

Students seeking to complete a minor in Spanish Linguistics must complete 24 quarter-hour credits of coursework, or 6 courses, distributed as follows:

Depending on their level of prior expertise with Spanish, students may need to complete courses at the Basic and Intermediate levels before enrolling in 200 or 300-level language courses. 

Students majoring in Spanish (BA) or minoring in Spanish or Commercial Spanish are restricted from earning this minor.

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