Studying Spanish at Regis
The minor in Spanish explores the diversity of Spanish cultures combined with the development of multicultural awareness through the analysis of literary and non-literary texts.
The minor in Spanish explores the diversity of Spanish cultures and includes the study of language, literature, and history of the Spanish-speaking world in the Americas and Spain.
The Spanish minor consists of 12 upper division semester hours in which all grades earned must be “C-” or better and with an overall GPA of 2.000. Departments and programs may specify courses required for the minor. Courses that are not specified for a minor are selected in consultation withthe major advisor. The minor area should lend support to the development of the major and the ultimate objective of the student.
Classes are held on campus in Denver. Learn more about Regis, a private Jesuit, Catholic college, by contacting an admissions counselor.