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Perspectives on Spanish America

interdisciplinary majors

The PERSPECTIVES ON SPANISH AMERICA INTERDISCIPLINARY MAJOR (9 courses) is available as a second major to students in the School of Education pursuing Elementary Education programs in fulfillment of their College of Arts and Sciences major for certification requirements.  Secondary students cannot pursue this major and be certified.

The major is recommended for students who may have had at least two years of high school Spanish and wish to develop Spanish language skills, coupled with a background in the historical, sociological, and literary traditions of Spanish American cultures.  This major is particularly appropriate for students with an intended career objective to teach children of Hispanic origin.


View a complete list of program requirements (PDF)