Study Abroad and Double Majors
All Hispanic Studies majors are strongly encouraged to spend at least one semester in a Spanish-speaking country. Many pursue a double major, or a major/minor combination with Latin American Studies or other related fields such as Classics and the other modern languages, Sociology, Anthropology, Comparative Literature, Art, History, Comparative American Studies, or Politics.
Transfer of Credit
Courses taken abroad or at other institutions cannot be counted as 400-level credit.
Up to 3 full courses of transfer credit per semester, including coursework done abroad, may be counted toward the major, for a maximum of 5 courses.
This does not include any AP credit granted.