Students majoring in Spanish fulfill the departmental requirements by completing a minimum of nine courses totaling not less than thirty credit hours, none in translation, includingor , , and ; at least one course from among , , , , ; at least one course from among , , , , ; ; and three additional courses above . Students will fulfill the writing requirement in the Spanish major by successfully completing or , , and .
FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE WRITING IN THE MAJOR REQUIREMENT: Students majoring in French, German, and Spanish will demonstrate an advanced level of proficiency in writing (“Advanced Plus” on the ACTFL scale). Foreign Languages and Literatures majors will develop the ability to write in the target language in a range of genres including writing for academic, social, and professional contexts in such forms as letters, reports, and research papers for purposes of description, narration, and analysis. FLL majors will demonstrate in writing the ability to perform a close reading of a literary or cultural text including explication of relevant rhetorical features, structural elements, and historical and cultural references. Through writing assignments students learn how to develop a thesis, provide textual evidence, present logical arguments, and employ appropriate theoretical lenses.
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