2009-2010 PETITION/PROGRAM SHEET Minor: Spanish www.mesastate.edu/academics/programs.html

2009-2010 PETITION/PROGRAM SHEET Minor: Spanish www.mesastate.edu/academics/programs.html
2009-2010 PETITION/PROGRAM SHEET
Minor: Spanish
www.mesastate.edu/academics/programs.html
About this Minor . . .
The study of Spanish involves developing skills in speaking, understanding spoken Spanish, writing clearly and correctly,
understanding material that you read, and interpreting cultural characteristics found in the Spanish-speaking countries. To earn a
minor in Spanish requires that a student’s skills in these five areas reach a significant level, so they will be able to use Spanish
effectively in a variety of practical settings.
Coursework for the minor is rigorous, but students are allowed flexibility to choose classes that best compliment their major area
of study.
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It is your responsibility to determine whether you have met the requirements for your degree. Please see the MSC Catalog for a complete list of
graduation requirements.
You must turn in your “Intent to Graduate” form to the Registrar’s Office by September 15 if you plan to graduate the following May, and
by February 15 if you plan to graduate the following December.
This program sheet must be submitted with your graduation planning sheet to your advisor during the semester prior to the semester of
graduation, no later than October 1 for spring graduates, no later than March 1 for fall graduates.
Your advisor will sign and forward the Program Sheet and Graduation Planning Sheet to the Department Head for signature.
Finally, the Department Head or the department administrative assistant will take the signed forms to the Registrar’s Office. (Students cannot
handle the forms once the advisor signs.)
If your petition for graduation is denied, it will be your responsibility to reapply for graduation in a subsequent semester. Your “Intent to
Graduate” does not automatically move to a later graduation date.
NAME:
STUDENT ID #
LOCAL ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER:
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I, (Signature)
, hereby certify that I have completed (or will complete) all the courses listed
on the Program Sheet. I further certify that the grade listed for those courses is the final course grade received except for the courses in which I am
currently enrolled and the courses which I complete next semester. I have indicated the semester in which I will complete these courses.
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Signature of Spanish Advisor
Date
Signature of Department Head
Date
Signature of Registrar
Date
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Students should work closely with a faculty advisor when selecting and scheduling courses prior to registration. See the “Undergraduate
Graduation Requirements” in the Mesa State College catalog for additional graduation information.
Minor Requirements:
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At least 33 percent of the credit hours required for the minor must be in courses numbered 300 or above.
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2.00 cumulative GPA or higher in the minor is required
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Pre-collegiate courses (usually numbered below 100) cannot be used for graduation.
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The number of minors a student may receive at Mesa State College shall not exceed two.
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A student must follow the MSC graduation requirements either from 1) the program sheet for the major in effect at the time the student officially
declares a major; or 2) a program sheet for the major approved for a year subsequent to the year during which the student officially declares the
major and is approved for the student by the department head. Because a program may have requirements specific to the degree, the student
should check with the faculty advisor for additional criteria. It is the student’s responsibility to be aware of, and follow, all requirements for the
degree being pursued. Any exceptions or substitutions must be approved by the student’s faculty advisor and Department Head.
REQUIRED COURSES (24 Semester Hours)
See the current Mesa State College catalog for a list of courses that
fulfill the requirements below.
Course No Title
Required (9 Semester Hours)
FLAS 301
Advanced Spanish Grammar
FLAS 302
Advanced Spanish
Composition
FLAS 314
Advanced Spanish
Conversation
Course No Title
FLAS 423
FLAS 431
Sem.hrs Grade Term/Trns
3
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3
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FLAS 433
FLAS 434
FLAS 435
FLAS 441
FLAS 442
3
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FLAS 443
Choose from the following courses (15 Semester Hours)
FLAS 311
History & Culture of Spain
3
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FLAS 312
History & Culture of Latin
America
3
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FLAS 321
Intro to the Literature of Spain 3
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FLAS 322
Intro to the Literature of Latin
America
3
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FLAV 496
Topics
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FLAS 411
Spanish & the Nature of
Language
3
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FLAS 422
Hispanic Prose
3
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FLAS 444
Sem.hrs Grade Term/Trns
Hispanic Drama & Film
Spanish for Medical & Social
Services
Business Spanish
Translation
Interpreting
Spanish Phonetics &
Phonology
Methodology of Teaching
Foreign Languages
Spanish for Public School
Teachers
Hispanic Literature & Culture
in the Teaching of Spanish
3
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3
3
3
3
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3
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3
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Any combination of FLAS 301, 302, and 314 may be used for the
degree distinction AND the minor.
A grade of “C” or above is required in all courses used by the minor.
FLAV 496 may be taken more than once as long as the title/content of
each course differs. Permission may be required to take some Topics
courses. Check with the professor.
(The FLAV courses above count for the Spanish minor only when
taught in Spanish.)
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