When you minor in Spanish you are expanding upon opportunities and opening doors to careers in your field of interest. Many other disciplines such as social service, nursing, teaching, and business require Spanish as a second language since Spanish is the second most spoken language in the United States. Increasingly, employers in government at municipal, state and federal levels and business as well as related careers, are viewing such experience and language skills favorably.
At least three courses must be taken in residence at UNH. All coursework required for the Spanish minor must be completed with a grade of C or better and may not be taken pass/fail.
|5 courses (20 credits) in SPAN 503 or above, which must include:||20|
|Advanced Conversation and Composition I|
|Advanced Conversation and Composition II|