The Minor in Spanish for Health Science is designed to provide students with an advanced level of language proficiency, a strong understanding of the cultures of Spanish speaking societies, and specialized vocabulary related to careers in healthcare. Besides equipping students with the necessary tools to become excellent communicators and rigorous thinkers, the minor also equips students to live and work within an increasingly international context. Given the significant presence of Latina/os in the U.S. and the considerable number of Spanish speaking transnational immigrants, minoring in Spanish for Health Science also grants the student an advantageous position in the job market.
Spanish for Health Sciences Minor Requirements1
|Intermediate Spanish II 2|
or ML SP208
|Intermediate Spanish for Health Sciences II|
or ML SP307
|Conversation and Composition|
|ML SP305||Reading and Writing||3|
|ML SP313||Advanced Spanish for Health Sciences I||3|
|ML SP411||Advanced Spanish for Health Sciences II||3|
A minimum of 12 credit hours is required for the minor.
Six credits must be earned at Bryant
Students placing out of the intermediate level may take ML SP307.