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  Sep 20, 2017
 
 
    
2017 - 2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Hispanic Studies, BA


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Hispanic Studies is an issues-based, interdisciplinary curriculum that seeks to make students proficient in the Spanish language and in the analysis of Hispanic cultures. All courses are taught in Spanish unless stated otherwise.

Required Credit Hours: 33


Core Requirements:


Elective Credits:


Up to 9 of the credits may include, if the student desires, the following courses:

  • HISP 150 - First-Year Seminar (4) or
  • HISP 208 - Fundamentals of Literary Criticism (3)
  • (must be completed before the end of the sophomore year)

  • Approved study abroad courses taught in Spanish at the 300 and 400-levels, in disciplines covering topics related to the Spanish-speaking world
  • Upper-division courses taught in interdisciplinary programs by Hispanic Studies faculty that engage students in analyzing cultural representation related to the Spanish-speaking world.  
  • HISP 498 - Internship (1-4)

Major Writing and Computing Requirement:


  • Any Hispanic Studies 400-level research course, taken on campus (excluding HISP 498 )

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