The goal of the minor program in Spanish is to encourage students to develop oral, written and cultural proficiency in order to be able to use the language professionally upon graduation. The more language courses successfully completed, the more the graduate has to offer as a linguist, translator, interpreter, researcher, negotiator or teacher.
To earn a minor, the student must complete a minimum of six courses above the introductory level, all with a grade of “C” or higher.
All Spanish students are encouraged to combine their classroom study with a semester or summer trip abroad to a country where the language is spoken.
To learn more, contact Norwich’s International Center.