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Spanish Minor

Spanish Minor

Program Description

Spanish is the second most-widely spoken language in the world. A Spanish language minor from the Division of International Studies provides students with an enriched view of the world around them as well as Spanish language skills that will prove useful in many professional occupations.

Many AUM students combine their Spanish minors with their main area of study to enhance career opportunities in international business, travel or communications, government, military and other job fields where knowledge of a foreign language and culture are essential. The Spanish minor can also serve to prepare students for study abroad and/or graduate and professional programs. AUM students benefit from a wide array of study-abroad opportunities.

For More Information

Department of History and World Languages and Cultures
Dr. Pamela Long
Auburn University at Montgomery
334-244-3216
plong@aum.edu

Program Overview

The course listings below are a representation of what this minor requires. Students may have to take additional courses to fulfill the pre-requisites of the required courses.

Course #Course Name
SPAN 3000Spanish Abroad
SPAN 3030Spanish Conversation
SPAN 3040Spanish Composition
SPAN 3100Introduction to Hispanic Literature
SPAN 3110Spanish Civilization I
SPAN 3210Spanish-American Civilization I
SPAN 3310Commercial Spanish Translation
SPAN 4310Business Spanish I
SPAN 4020Continuing Spanish Syntax
SPAN 4030Continuing Spanish Conversation
SPAN 4040Continuing Spanish Composition

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