The remaining units to the major must be selected from Spanish classes at or above the 201-level.
Off-Campus Study, which can be fulfilled by:
Off-Campus program, internship, or reserach project in the United States that provides hands-on experience with U.S. Latinos/Hispanics or Latin American immigrants.
Studying, doing an internship, or working in Latin America.
Participation in The Philadelphia Center or The Border Studies Program.
A maximum of one unit of Advanced Placement credit can count toward the major.
All courses for the major must be taken for a numerical grade.
Participation in languge-learning housing for at least one semester and successful completion of MLAC 110.
Electives for Heritage Speakers:
Native Speakers or students placing into Spanish 300: Spanish for Heritage Speakers (for students who grew up in a Spanish-speaking household or community) during their first year, have the option to take up to 2 electives outside the department.