Argentina Guachos Argentina Guachos
 Argentina Soccer Players  Argentina Soccer Players
The Guggenheim in Bilbao The Guggenheim in Bilbao
 Brazil Carnival Performer  Brazil Carnival Performer
 Brazil - Rio from the sky  Brazil - Rio from the sky
 Day of the Dead skull and flowers  Day of the Dead skull and flowers
 Student at Gijon Sign  Student at Gijon Sign
Spanish faculty at the UN Spanish faculty at the UN
 Spanish Faculty with Columbian Friends  Spanish Faculty with Columbian Friends
 Honduras Macaw and Mayan Ruins  Honduras Macaw and Mayan Ruins
 Incan carving  Incan carving
 Machu Picchu  Machu Picchu
 Madrid Cityscape  Madrid Cityscape
Mexico City Cityscape Mexico City Cityscape
 Nicaragua - Granada  Nicaragua - Granada
 Portugal - Belam Tower  Portugal - Belam Tower
Portuguese Tiles for sale in a Market Portuguese Tiles for sale in a Market
 Spanish Students in Culinary School  Spanish Students in Culinary School
 Spanish professor in language lab  Spanish professor in language lab
 Student in Gijon  Student in Gijon
Student in Seville Student in Seville
 Unidiversity Dancers  Unidiversity Dancers
 Wares for sale at Unidiversity  Wares for sale at Unidiversity
 Unidiversity Cultural Parade  Unidiversity Cultural Parade

The Minor in Spanish

The Spanish minor is designed to offer students whose major is in another field the ability to build upon their language, cultural, and interdisciplinary skills in Spanish.  In an increasingly globalized world, a minor in Spanish provides a competitive edge for students in a wide variety of areas of concentration.You must plan your program with your advisor in the department. No courses for the Spanish major or minor may be taken credit/no-credit. This minor consists of Spanish courses above the 202 level. 

Contact spanishadvising@miamioh.edu for questions regarding requirements for the Spanish major or the minor and thematic sequences, course transfers or other advising issues.

To declare a minor in Spanish, please stop by the Advising Office in Irvin 232.

For a minor in Spanish, take 18 hours above the 200 level, including the following:

  • SPN 311
  • SPN 312 or 315
  • One two-course cultural sequence (either 351 and 352 -OR- 361 and 362 -OR- 381 and 382)
  • Two additional courses from any 300 level course (excluding SPN 332), in Spanish, or SPN 420, 430, 440, or 481-484. Other 400 level courses may be taken with permission from the instructor.

(Revised Spring 2018)