Major in Spanish
The Spanish Major is a program of humanistic study of the Spanish-speaking world that requires a minimum of 36 credits. Most students take SPAN 212 (as one of three major electives) before moving on to 300-level Spanish Foundational Courses (at least three required) and, later, more focused 400-level courses (at least four required). Spanish majors are strongly encouraged to study abroad in a Spanish-speaking country for at least one summer or semester term.
If you are interested in declaring a major in Spanish, please visit OUE Forms and fill out the declaration of major/minor form. Spanish majors meet with the Director of Undergraduate Studies, currently Prof. Katherine Ostrom, to finalize their declaration. Each Spanish major is also assigned a faculty adviser with whom they should meet each semester to discuss their progress and select courses.