Spanish Bachelor of Arts degree
Requirements for the Bachelor of Arts Degree in Spanish
Plus 24 additional credit hours in the following categories:
| ||advanced grammar||
| ||culture/civilization courses||
| ||Electives taught in target language at the 300-400 level||
Students majoring in Spanish should pass SPAN 313, SPAN 314, SPAN 315 with a minimum of B- in each.
A maximum of 6 credit hours of LANG courses can be applied towards the major as long as the student does the course work in the target language.
Childhood and Early Childhood Education majors may earn a concentration in Spanish. Students should consult the Childhood or Early Childhood Education course requirements for these programs.
All students are required to complete a separate minor whether it is in another language, in another discipline, or in an interdisciplinary program. Students select a minor in consultation with and approval of the department. Double majors and Adolescence Education majors in language are exempted from the minor requirement.
Students can apply a maximum of 21 credit hours of Study Abroad with a minimum grade of C toward the major in Spanish.
Requirement for Transfer and Study Abroad Credits
A maximum of 21 credit hours of transfer and/or Study Abroad courses can apply to the major at Fredonia. All students are required to take 15 credit hours of their major in residence. They must complete 9 credit hours at the 300-level or above, the senior seminar and at least one other 400-level course at Fredonia.
A maximum of 9 credit hours of transfer and/or Study Abroad courses can apply to the minor. At least 6 credit hours at the 300-level should be taken in residence.