18 credits above the elementary level in either language are required to complete a minor. The sequence of courses for a minor is as follows:
- Intermediate I-II: courses numbered 2001-2002 (6 credits)
- Advanced I-II: courses 3001-3002 (6 credits)
- Language, culture, or literature electives above the advanced level (6 credits)
Students may choose from courses in conversation, film, special topics, civilization, business or literature.
Total 18 credits
Students beginning their minor at a level higher than intermediate or advanced may satisfy the minor requirements with 18 credits in language, culture, or literature electives above the advanced level. Students may choose from courses in conversation, film, special topics, civilization, business or literature.
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