Requirements: 5 courses
All 5 courses must be at the 300 level or above and must be taught in Spanish. See Spanish course offerings.
- At least 1 survey course from the following:
- SPANISH 332 - Introduction to Spanish Literature I
- SPANISH 333 - Introduction to Spanish Literature II
- SPANISH 334 - Introduction to Spanish-American Literature
- SPANISH 335 - Introduction to Spanish-American Literature
- SPANISH 336 - Introduction to US Latino/a Literature
- At least 2 courses at the 400 level or above
Note: All courses must be taught in Spanish. However, SPANISH 336 or 490S-2 may substitute for one of the five.
Students are strongly urged to study abroad since this is the best way to achieve language proficiency and to acquire knowledge of a country’s culture. Courses taken abroad count toward the core and/or related courses as follows:
• Duke-in-Madrid. A maximum of two courses may be counted towards the minor.
• Duke-in-Madrid-Intermediate. Spanish 314A, Gastronomía de España, being equivalent to Spanish 204 and advanced 300 level, counts as one course towards the minor.
Duke-Administered Summer Programs (Global Education Office)
• Duke-in-Chile. Spanish 315A Language and Culture of Entrepreneurship in Latin America counts as one course credit towards the minor
• Duke-in-Costa Rica. Spanish 306A, Language, Culture, and Health in Costa Rica counts as one course credit towards the minor.
• Duke-in-Spain. Spanish 439SA Global Spain counts as two course credits towards the minor.
Non-Duke-Administered Semester Programs
• Minor: One course per semester may be counted.
Non-Duke-Administered Summer Programs
• Minor: One course may be counted.