Spanish Minor (M)
The Spanish Minor consists of 24 hours of course work including a variety of language courses, as well as courses in culture, civilization, literature, linguistics, advanced grammar and Spanish for the professions. The minor is intended to compliment any CUW major and help students prepare both linguistically as well as culturally to live out Concordia’s mission of serving Christ in the Church and the World. Incoming students are encouraged to meet with Multicultural Studies faculty to determine placement in the language course sequence. The highest placement allowed by Concordia is Span 301, and retroactive credits are available for prior courses (down to Span 101) upon successful completion of the initial language taken course at CUW. Span 101 and 102 do not count towards the minor.
|SPAN 201||Intermediate Spanish I||3|
|SPAN 202||Intermediate Spanish II||3|
|SPAN 301||Spanish Conversation and Composition||3|
|SPAN 331||Advanced Spanish Grammar||3|
|Upper level electives in Spanish||9|
SPAN 101 Beginning Spanish I and SPAN 102 Beginning Spanish II do not count toward the minor.