Spanish Minor

A minor in Spanish requires 15 credit hours of upper division courses. A minimum of one course 3 credit hours is required from the Culture and Civilization category. The remaining 12 credit hours can be chosen from any of the four listed categories: Culture and Civilization, Literature of Spanish or Spanish America, Language Skills and Theory, or the 4000 Level courses.

Admission and Grade Requirements

Students minoring in Spanish must maintain a minimum overall GPA of 2.3, and a GPA of 2.5 in Spanish. The minimum grade acceptable in courses applied to the minor is C (2.0). No course taken on a pass/fail basis may be credited toward the minor in Spanish.
Upon declaring a minor in Spanish, each student will be assigned to a faculty advisor, with whom the student should consult at least once per semester thereafter. It is important that students minoring in Spanish have their transcripts reviewed by a departmental advisor before enrolling in their final 15 credit hours at UC Denver, to preclude a delay in graduation. Students presenting four years of high school Spanish (Level IV) for admission, Advanced Placement credits from high school or CLEP credits should see a Spanish advisor about course equivalencies before enrolling in courses for the major. 

For detailed information please download the Spanish Minor Flyer

Spanish Undergraduate Advisors:

Maria Fernandez Martinez
Last Names A - L
Plaza Building, Room 118 A

Alyssa Martoccio
Last names M- Z
Plaza Building, Room 118 E