Minor Requirements

French Studies:

A minor in French consists of 5 courses (20 units), including FREN 201 plus 4 courses (16 units) above FREN 201, and including one course (4 units) at the 350 level or above. A maximum of two courses can be taken outside the department, including courses abroad.

Linguistics:

Students pursuing a minor in Linguistics are required to take LING 301. Subsequently, they must take a second course in linguistics. This course may be a second course listed under linguistics in the catalog, a Spanish linguistics course, or a linguistics course via transfer or study abroad (with approval of the linguistics faculty). All students must take one semester of a foreign language from one of the following categories: 1) Greek or Latin, 2) Spanish or French, 3) German or Russian, 4) Arabic, Chinese, or Japanese. This course must be in addition to and in a different category from the language used to fulfill the Core language requirement. Students must also choose two additional courses with a language focus in consultation with the linguistics faculty. These courses may include one more foreign language course, a course in Spanish linguistics, COGS 330, PHIL 344, EDUC 205, or a linguistics course via transfer or study abroad (with approval of the linguistics faculty).

Spanish Studies:

Spanish minors are required to take 5 courses, at the 202/211 level or higher. Courses numbered 300 and above are courses in literature, linguistics, and culture. At least one course must be numbered 340 or above. A maximum of two courses may be taken outside the department, including those taken on study abroad programs. Only one course may be taken in English. All courses taken outside the department for the Spanish minor must be approved in advance by the department.