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FACULTY OF HUMAN HANDBOOK

REQUIREMENTS FOR A MAJOR IN SPANISH WITH A MINOR IN MANAGEMENT STUDIES

Students should note that in the Spanish Language courses, one must pass both oral and written components in order to earn a passing grade.

Level I

Major Requirements

  • 1.

    SPAN1001 Spanish Language IA

  • 2.

    SPAN1002 Spanish Language IB

  • 3.

    SPAN1214 Introduction to Hispanic Culture

  • 4.

    SPAN1205 Introduction to Literature in Spanish

  • 5.

    MGMT1001 Principles of Management

  • 6.

    MGMT1000 Fundamentals of Computers

Faculty Requirements

  • 7.

    FOUN1001 English for Academic Purposes

  • 8.

    And one (1) of the following: FOUN1002 Language Argument FOUN1003 Rhetoric I: The Writing Process FOUN1008 Rhetoric II: Writing for Special Purposes

9-10. Plus two (2) Level I electives from within the Faculty but outside of this Major.

Level II

Major Requirements

1. 2. 3-4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

SPAN2001 Spanish Language IIA SPAN2002 Spanish Language IIB Plus two (2) Level II Spanish Literature courses MKTG2001 Principles of Marketing MGMT2008 Organizational Behaviour MGMT3017 Human Resource Management MGMT2006 Management of Information Systems I

Faculty Requirements

  • 9.

    FOUN1210 Science, Medicine & Technology in Society

  • 10.

    FOUN1301 Law, Governance, Economy and Society in

the Caribbean

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Level III

Major Requirements

  • 1.

    SPAN3001 Spanish Language IIIA

  • 2.

    SPAN3002 Spanish Language IIIB

  • 3.

    SPAN36XX Spanish Caribbean Literature

  • 4.

    SPAN33502 International Business Spanish

  • 5.

    SPAN33503 Spanish for Tourism

  • 6.

    MGMT3073 Managing Development

  • 7.

    MGMT2013 Introduction to International Business

Faculty Requirements

8-9. 10.

HUMN3099 Caribbean Studies Project (6 credits) And one (1) Level II/III elective from any Faculty

Students should note that SPAN 2414 Latin American Film counts as a Literature course.

NB: Students who are required to take SPAN0102 and SPAN0103, should note that these courses will replace the two electives at Level I.

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