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The Spanish Linguistics minor introduces students to the formal study of Spanish Phonetics, Phonology, Morphology, Syntax, Sociolinguistics and Spanish in the U.S.
Students seeking to complete a minor in Spanish Linguistics must complete 24 quarter-hour credits of coursework, or 6 courses, distributed as follows:
|Select two advanced language courses from the following:||8|
|ADVANCED GRAMMAR AND COMMUNICATION|
|ADVANCED COMPOSITION AND COMMUNICATION|
|ADVANCED GRAMMAR AND COMPOSITION FOR HERITAGE SPEAKERS I|
|ADVANCED GRAMMAR AND COMPOSITION FOR HERITAGE SPEAKERS II|
|ADVANCED CONVERSATION FOR THE HERITAGE SPEAKER|
|SPN 242||INTRODUCTION TO SPANISH LINGUISTICS||4|
|Select 12 credits of advanced (300-level) coursework from the list of approved electives. Any three of the following may be chosen (additional courses may be considered with the approval of the student's faculty advisor):||12|
|SPANISH IN THE U.S.|
|SPANISH PHONOLOGY AND PHONETICS|
|THE STRUCTURE OF SPANISH|
|THE HISTORY OF THE SPANISH LANGUAGE|
|SOCIOLINGUISTICS OF HERITAGE LANGUAGE LITERACY|
|SPECIAL TOPICS IN SPANISH (depending on topic, with advisor approval)|
|INDEPENDENT STUDY (depending on topic, with advisor approval)|
|THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS/CURRENT RESEARCH SECOND/FOREIGN LANGUAGE ACQUISITION|
Depending on their level of prior expertise with Spanish, students may need to complete courses at the Basic and Intermediate levels before enrolling in 200 or 300-level language courses.
Students majoring in Spanish (BA) or minoring in Spanish or Commercial Spanish are restricted from earning this minor.