The Minor in Spanish can enrich many degree programs. It represents a particular asset for students who plan to pursue careers in medicine, law and law enforcement, social work, nursing, education, business, and government services.
Depending on the student’s chosen degree program, fulfillment of the course requirements for a Spanish minor will be recorded on the graduate’s transcript either as a Minor in Spanish (as a component of a B.A. degree and certain B.S. degrees) or as a Non-degree Minor in Spanish. (Consult the Registrar for further information.)