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Students in the Minor in Spanish for the Professions, Translation, and Interpreting will become familiar with Spanish terminology and different oral and written documents in Spanish from a variety of professional fields. This minor will also provide students with the opportunity to acquire translation and interpreting skills between Spanish and English.
Total Program Credits: 18
|Discipline Core Requirements:||18 Credits|
|SPAN 3040||Spanish Conversation and Composition II WE (3)|
|or||SPAN 3050||Advanced Spanish WE||3|
|SPAN 4110||Introduction to Translation and Interpreting English and Spanish||3|
|Choose 6 credit hours from the following:||6|
|SPAN 3200||Business Spanish (3)|
|SPAN 3310||Spanish for Healthcare Professionals (3)|
|SPAN 3320||Spanish for Mental Health Professionals (3)|
|SPAN 3340||Spanish for Tourism and Hospitality Management (3)|
|SPAN 3350||Spanish for Legal Professions (3)|
|SPAN 4200||Advanced Business Spanish (3)|
|SPAN 4310||Advanced Spanish for Healthcare Professionals (3)|
|Choose 3 credit hours from the following courses:||3|
|SPAN 4120||Advanced Translation English and Spanish (3)|
|SPAN 4130||English Spanish Interpreting (3)|
|Complete 3 credits from any upper-division SPAN or LANG courses not previously taken||3|
This graduation plan is a sample plan and is intended to be a guide. Your specific plan may differ based on your Math and English placement and/or transfer credits applied. You are encouraged to meet with an advisor and set up an individualized graduation plan in Wolverine Track.
Milestone courses (pre-requisites for a course in one of the subsequent semesters) are marked in red and Italicized.
|Semester 1)||Course Title||Credit Hours|
|SPAN 3050 *||Advanced Spanish WE||3|
|Notes: *Based on experience/placement. See advisor for more information.|
|Semester 2||Course Title||Credit Hours|
|SPAN 4110||Introduction to Translation and Interpreting English/Spanish||3|
|SPAN 3200 or SPAN 3320 or SPAN 3340 or SPAN 3350||
Business Spanish or Spanish for Mental Health Professionals or Spanish for Tourism and Hospitality Management or Legal Spanish
|Semester 3||Course Title||Credit Hours|
|SPAN 3200 or SPAN 3320 or SPAN 3340 or SPAN 3350 or SPAN 4200 or SPAN 4310||Business Spanish or Spanish for Mental Health Professionals or Spanish for Tourism and Hospitality Management or Legal Spanish or Advanced Business Spanish or Advanced Spanish for Healthcare Professionals||3|
|SPAN 4120 or SPAN 4130||Advanced Translation or English-Spanish Interpreting||3|
|Semester 4||Course Title||Credit Hours|
|Electives||3 credits from any upper-division SPAN or LANG courses not previously taken||3|