A minor in Spanish requires at least 18 credits in the chosen language, none of which may be earned at the 100 level.
|SPAN 201||Intermediate Spanish||3|
|SPAN 202||Intermediate Spanish Readings||3|
|or SPAN 205||Intermediate Spanish Conversation|
|Select at least 12 credits at the 300 level or above with only one of the following three advanced conversation courses: 1||12|
|Spanish Conversation and Film|
|Spanish Through the Media|
Note that these courses cannot be taken by native speakers of Spanish, non-natives raised in a Spanish-speaking country or near-native speakers. However, under the consideration of the Spanish coordinator and class instructor, SPAN 307 and SPAN 311 may be taken by Spanish-speaking students raised in the U.S. who haven’t had enough practice of academic discourse in Spanish.
Note: Language Placement Test results cannot substitute for completion of course work. Foreign language minors must take at least two upper-level courses at VCU in the chosen language area.