Minor in Spanish
Offered face-to-face on the Parkville campus.
A Spanish minor is designed to help students gain proficiency in oral and written communication in a world language. Students majoring in Business Administration with an international business emphasis, Criminal Justice, Social Work, Communication Arts, Education, or English with a language and literature concentration should consider a Spanish minor.
Students with a good high school background in Spanish are encouraged to start their Spanish studies with 200-level classes. In this case, students may take 300-level courses in order to complete the minor.
Credit for Elementary Spanish I and II may be granted by examination, such as an Advanced Placement or “end-of-course examination.” Credit for Elementary Spanish I may be granted by a satisfactory score on the CLEP (College Level Examination Program) examination.
A standard placement test is be used for students who are uncertain about the appropriate starting point for their studies.