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Major

Lower Division Spanish Major Requirements [8 Units]

SPAN 050: Introduction to Hispanic Literatures

SPAN 051: Introduction to Hispanic Literatures II

 

Upper Division Spanish Major Requirements [46-48 Units]

Upper Division Major Core Requirement [4 units]

Complete the following course:

SPAN 103: Spanish Composition and Conversation

 

Spanish Linguistics Requirement [8 units]

Complete two Spanish Linguistics courses. SPAN 170 is required.

SPAN 170: Spanish Linguistics

and one course chosen from the following:

SPAN 172: History of the Spanish Language

SPAN 175: Spanish in the U.S.

SPAN 177: Sociolinguistics and Latino Health

SPAN 180: Topics in Hispanic Languages and Cultures *

 

Transatlantic Literatures and Cultures Requirement [4 units]

Complete one of the following courses:

SPAN 105: Hispanic Cultures I

SPAN 106: Hispanic Cultures II

SPAN 130: The Transatlantic Baroque

SPAN 131: Transatlantic Modernismo

SPAN 153: Bilingualism and Borders in Hispanic Literatures

SPAN 154: Hispanic Drama and Performing

SPAN 173: Erotic Novel and Film

SPAN 180: Topics in Hispanic Languages and Cultures *

SPAN 181: Topics in Literature and Culture *

 

Spanish Literatures and Cultures Requirement [8 units]

Complete two of the following Spanish Literatures and Cultures courses:

SPAN 111: Empire, The Postcolonial, and Representation: Reading East & West

SPAN 121: Spanish Golden Age

SPAN 122: Spanish (Peninsular) 18-19 Centuries

SPAN 123: Spanish (Peninsular) 20-21 Centuries

SPAN 181: Topics in Literature and Culture *

 

Latin American Literatures and Cultures Requirement [8 units]

Complete two of the following Latin American Literatures and Cultures courses:

SPAN 140: Latin American Colonial Literature

SPAN 143: Latin American Literature since Independence

SPAN 144: Caribbean Literatures and Cultures

SPAN 145: Novel of the Latin American Dictator

SPAN 146: Latin American Film and Fiction

SPAN 147: Latin American Boom

SPAN 148: The Narrative World of Mario Vargas Llosa

SPAN 149: The Fantastic, Magical Realism, Realism, and Testimonials

SPAN 181: Topics in Literature and Culture *

 

US Latino/a Literatures and Cultures Requirement [4 units]

Complete one of the following courses:

SPAN 112: Chicano/a Literature Written in Spanish

SPAN 113: U.S. Latino/a Literature

SPAN 114: Latinos/as in Children’s Literature and Film

SPAN 115: Chicano/a Literature

 

Capstone Project [2-4 units]

Complete the following course:

SPAN 195: Upper Division Undergraduate Research

 

Upper division Elective Requirement [8 units]

Complete two upper-division elective courses. Students may choose any courses from the following list, except for those they may have already taken to satisfy one of the requirements listed above.

SPAN 105: Hispanic Cultures I

SPAN 106: Hispanic Cultures II

SPAN 107: Spanish for Health Professionals

SPAN 108: Spanish for Business and Management

SPAN 111: Empire, The Postcolonial, and Representation: Reading East & West

SPAN 112: Chicano/a Literature Written in Spanish

SPAN 113: U.S. Latino/a Literature

SPAN 114: Latinos/as in Children’s Literature and Film

SPAN 115: Chicano/a Literature

SPAN 122: Spanish (Peninsular) 18-19 Centuries

SPAN 123: Spanish (Peninsular) 20-21 Centuries

SPAN 130: The Transatlantic Baroque

SPAN 131: Transatlantic Modernismo

SPAN 144: Caribbean Literatures and Cultures

SPAN 145: Novel of the Latin American Dictator

SPAN 146: Latin American Film and Fiction

SPAN 147: Latin American Boom

SPAN 148: The Narrative World of Mario Vargas Llosa

SPAN 149: The Fantastic, Magical Realism, Realism, and Testimonials

SPAN 150: Asians in the Americas

SPAN 151: Diasporas and Exiles in Latin America

SPAN 153: Bilingualism and Borders in Hispanic Literatures

SPAN 154: Hispanic Drama and Performing

SPAN 172: History of the Spanish Language

SPAN 173: Erotic Novel and Film

SPAN 175: Spanish in the U.S.

SPAN 177: Sociolinguistics and Latino Health

SPAN 180: Topics in Hispanic Languages and Cultures

SPAN 181: Topics in Literature and Culture

* SPAN 180 and SPAN 181 would fulfill those requirements depending on the topic they cover. Students in the major would be notified about what requirements those courses fulfill each time they are offered.

Transfer Students

Transfer students who wish to major in Spanish should complete the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) at their community college. Transfer students may not be admitted to the Spanish major without specific major preparation. Below are the Transfer Selection Criteria for the Spanish Major.

Transfer Selection Criteria

To be admitted to the Spanish major transfer students must meet the following requirements:

Applicants will, at the time of admission have completed at minimum the following course (or its equivalent) with a “C‐” or better:

SPAN 004: Intermediate Spanish II or SPAN 011: Spanish for Heritage Speakers II