School of Humanities and Sciences
The minor in Spanish is for students who want to combine acquisition of linguistic competence with the study of the literatures and cultures of the Spanish-speaking world.
What You'll Study
Both the minor in Portuguese and the minor in Spanish are for students who want to combine acquisition of linguistic competence with the study of the literatures and cultures of the Lusophone or Spanish-speaking worlds. Each minor requires 23 units of course work taken for a letter grade. Each minor requires six courses at three or more units, totaling at least 23 units. Each course must be taken for a letter grade. At least two courses must be taken in the ILAC department (or with ILAC faculty abroad). Up to 12 second-year or above Spanish language units may count towards the degree, not including conversational, oral communication, business, or medical language courses. Up to 10 units of pre-approved BOSP coursework. One approved 3-5 unit course (5 units maximum) from outside ILAC or the Language Center.
- Iberian and Latin American Cultures
- Minors in Spanish and Portuguese
- Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages
- School of Humanities & Sciences
- Learn more about Spanish in the Stanford Bulletin