Bachelor of Arts in SpanishOffered face-to-face on the Parkville campus.
At Park University, students who study Spanish language and literature become multi-lingual professionals whose cultural knowledge and global perspective will lead to successful careers in both the United States and abroad. Park’s Spanish program offers elementary, intermediate and advanced courses in oral fluency, writing and reading proficiency as well as the study of U.S. Hispanic, Spanish American and Spanish literatures and cultures. Students with advanced proficiencies are encouraged to work with faculty to design internships in a variety of disciplines. An accredited study abroad summer or semester program in Spanish is strongly recommended for majors and minors.
This degree requires a minimum of 122 total credit hours to graduate.
- 42 hours
- 2.0 Cumulative GPA
|Curriculum (2013-2014 Catalog)||Hours|
|SP||201*||Intermediate Spanish I||3|
|SP||202||Intermediate Spanish II||3|
|SP||294||Intermediate Spanish Conversation||3|
|SP||295||Intermediate Spanish Composition||3|
|SP||301||Advanced Spanish Conversation||3|
|SP||302||Advanced Spanish Composition & Grammar||3|
|SP||311||Culture and Civilization of Spain||3|
|SP||312||Culture and Civilization of Spanish America & the Hispanic Caribbean||3|
|SP||320||U.S. Latino Cultures and Literatures||3|
|SP||322||Reading Cervantes’ Masterpiece: Don Quixote||3|
|SP||394**||Introduction to Literature of Spain||3|
|SP||395**||Introduction to the Literatures of Spanish America & the Hispanic Caribbean||3|
|SP||399||The Major Capstone Project||3|
*Native speakers may take an additional three hours of credit through Spanish 310, in order to substitute Spanish 201.
**Independent readings in Spanish, SP 310, may be utilized in lieu of Spanish 394 or Spanish 395, but not both. No more than six hours of credit may be earned by this substitution.