Applied Spanish Minor


ETSU students have the option of selecting an interdisciplinary Applied Spanish Minor that consists of 21 credits hours.  There are no minor prerequisites.  Courses beyond the required classes are selected in consultation with the student's advisor.

9 hours of Required Core Courses:
SPAN 3123   Applied Spanish: Introduction to Translation (required)
SPAN 3133   Applied Spanish: Intro to the Spanish-Speaking Communities (required)
SPAN 4137   Applied Spanish: Translation and Community Outreach            OR
SPAN 4147   Applied Spanish: Interpretation and Community Outreach

9 hours of Spanish Electives:  (3000 and 4000 level only, May include other SPAN courses)
SPAN 3003   Basic Spanish Grammar
SPAN 3113   Spanish Conversation and Composition
SPAN 3413   Civilization of Latin America
SPAN 3613   Survey of Spanish-American Literature
SPAN 4117   Hispanic Cinema
SPAN 4137   Applied Spanish: Translation and Community Outreach
SPAN 4147   Applied Spanish: Interpretation and Community Outreach
SPAN 4607   Modernist Movement in Spanish America
SPAN 4903   Special Studies in Spanish (1-3 hours)
SPAN 4957   Special Topics in Spanish: The Latino Experience

3 hours of Interdisciplinary Elective:
PSCI 3830     Government and Politics (Latin America)
GEOG 4307   Regional Geography of Latin America
HDAL 2340    Understand Cultural Diversity
HIST 4730     Latin America: Revolution and Nationalism
SOAA 3700   People and Culture of Latin America
FCNU 4907    International Primary Health Care Practicum (Health Science Division students only)
SOWK 1030  Cultural Diversity
PUBH 4030   Community Health

Contact: Dr. Ardis Nelson ~ 423-439-8364 ~