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Bachelor of Arts in Spanish Translation and Interpreting


All Spanish Translation and Interpreting majors must take:

  • SPAN 1441 Beginning Spanish I
  • SPAN 1442 Beginning Spanish II
  • SPAN 2313 Intermediate Spanish I
    • SPAN 2314 Intermediate Spanish II
      or
    • SPAN 2315 Intermediate Spanish For Heritage Speakers

or equivalent; plus 24 hours at 3000/4000 level, at least nine of which must be at the 4000 level. Of these 24 hours, specific course requirements are listed below:


For Non-Heritage Speakers

  • SPAN 3303 Advanced Spanish Conversation
  • SPAN 3314 Advanced Spanish Grammar
  • SPAN 3315 Composition Through Literature

For Heritage Speakers

  • SPAN 3305 Advanced Spanish For Heritage Speakers
  • SPAN 3312 Latin American Culture And Civilization
  • SPAN 3315 Composition Through Literature

For All Students

  • SPAN 3340 Introduction To Translation
  • SPAN 3341 Introduction To Interpreting
  • SPAN 4341 Business And Legal Translation
  • SPAN 4342 Medical, Scientific & Tech Translation
  • SPAN 4343 Interpreting In Medical Settings
  • SPAN 4344 Interpreting In Legal Settings


Suggested Electives

  • SPAN 3311 Spanish Culture And Civilization
  • SPAN 3312 Latin American Culture And Civilization
  • SPAN 3313 Topics In Hispanic Language, Literature & Culture
  • SPAN 3319 Introduction To Spanish Linguistics
  • SPAN 3320 Introduction To Hispanic Literature And Culture
  • SPAN 4310 Topics In Peninsular Spanish Literature And Culture To The Eighteenth Century
  • SPAN 4311 Topics In Peninsular Spanish Literature And Culture, Eighteenth Century To The Present
  • SPAN 4313 Topics In Hispanic Culture
  • SPAN 4314 Topics In Latin-American Literature And Culture To Modernism
  • SPAN 4315 Topics In Contemporary Latin-American Literature And Culture, Modernism To The Present
  • SPAN 4320 Topics In Spanish Language, Writing And Theory
  • SPAN 4318 Mexican Literature
  • SPAN 4330 Topics In Spanish Linguistics
  • SPAN 4332 Topics In Spanish Dialectology
  • SPAN 4339 The Acquisition Of Spanish

Outside electives (Only two allowed)

  • NURS 4360 Cultural Variation In Health Care: A Comparative Analysis Of Two Cultures
  • CRCJ 2334 Introduction To The Criminal Justice System
  • CRCJ 2350 Introduction To Law Enforcement
  • CRCJ 4301 The American Judicial System
  • SOCW 2311 Introduction To Social Work
  • BUSA 2304 Introduction To Business
  • HEED 1316 Foundations Of Health


Need More Help?

For help with your degree plan, please contact the Modern Languages advisor, Mr. Scott Jackson. He can assist you with all of the complexities of your future plans in Spanish and help you make the right decisions.

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