The Minor in Catalan studies consists of 15 CREDITS of coursework (9 required and 6 elective) on the language and culture of Catalonia and the Catalan-speaking areas. None of these credits may be taken Pass/Fail, and a grade of C or better must be earned in each course. Up to 6 credits may be taken abroad with departmental approval. STUDENTS ARE ADVISED TO FILL A "INTENTION TO DECLARE A MINOR" FORM AND TURN IT IN AS SOON AS POSSIBLE IN THEIR CAREER.
I. Required (9 credits)
CATALAN 246 Intensive Intermediate Catalan (6 credits)
CATALAN 321 Catalan Culture (3 credits)
II. Electives (6 credits)
Choose from the following:
CATALAN 311 – Advanced Intermediate Catalan (3 credits)
CATALAN 378 – Catalan Phonetics (3 credits)
CATALAN 520 – Old Catalan Literature (3 credits)
CATALAN 521 – Modern Catalan Literature (3 credits)
SPANISH 321 - Literary Currents: Spain II (3 credits)
SPANISH 415 – Culture and Civilization of Spain (3 credits)
SPANISH 597T – Catalan Cinema (1 credit)
Other courses not listed here but with a significant component related to Catalan language and / or culture may qualify as electives.
During their final semester at the University, students MUST present an unofficial transcript to their advisers, in order to have their Catalan Minor declaration form signed. Only when this form is signed and received by the Records Office will students receive their Minor in Catalan.
Students interested in the Minor, seeking approval for coursework to be taken abroad, or for electives outside the Catalan program will need to meet with their Minor advisor.