REQUIREMENTS FOR A BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE WITH A MAJOR IN SPANISH:

General Education - Credits: 39

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To earn a major in Spanish, a student is required to complete the equivalent of 40 credits of course work in the language. 100-level courses do not count toward the major.

Specific Departmental Requirements:

ML 215 - Intermediate Spanish I Credits: 4 

ML 216 - Intermediate Spanish II Credits: 4 

ML 319 - Adv Spanish Convers & Comp I Credits: 4

* ML 320 - Adv Spanish Composition Credits: 4 

ML 336 - Survey of Spanish Lit Credits: 4 

ML 337 - Survey Spanish American Lit Credits: 4 

ML 345 - Hisp Cultures & Civilizations Credits: 4 

ML 346 - Hispanic Cultures: Topics Credits: 4

One of the following courses:

* ML 431 - Seminar in Chicano Literature Credits: 4 

* ML 496 - Seminar in Spanish Credits: 4

Subtotal Specific Departmental Requirements - Credits: 36

* ML 320 and ML 431 or ML 496 must be taken at Fort Lewis College. No exceptions.

Spanish Electives:

4 credits to be taken from 300- or 400-level Spanish courses - Credits: 4

Total Major Requirements - Credits: 40

Free Electives (variable)

TOTAL REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION - CREDITS: 120