To pursue a minor, a student must have achieved sophomore status and have been granted permission by the chair of the student's major and the chair of the program offering the minor. A student begins the process by consulting with his or her adviser and completing an application acquired from the Office for Student Records.
To complete a Spanish minor, a grade of C or better must be achieved in six courses:
*only for students with no previous Spanish background
||Introduction to Spanish I*
||Intermediate Spanish I
||Intermediate Spanish II
||Conversation and Composition
Additional Courses (Choose 2 courses)
||Introduction to Spanish II
||Spanish for Law Enforcement
Service Learning Abroad: Dominican Republic
||Students may elect to take up to six credits (two courses) at a Spanish-speaking institution during a study abroad experience approved by Hilbert.