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Spanish/Latino Culture for the Health Professions Program Requirements

Spanish/Latino culture for the health professions is offered as both a minor and as a certificate program.

Minor in Spanish/Latino Culture for Health Professions

Requirements

  • LLIT/LSPN 230 - P1 Hispanic/Latino Vistas: Film and Literature (3)*
  • LSPN 211 - P5 Intermediate Spanish I (3)
  • LSPN 212 - P5 Intermediate Spanish II (3)
  • LSPN 121 - Conversational Spanish For Health I (3)
  • LSPN 122 - Conversational Spanish For Health II (3)
  • SOCI 217D - Latino Healthcare Issues (3)
  • LSPN 490 - Internship (Community Health Projects) (2) –OR–
    Nursing Clinical Placement at a Spanish/bilingual facility

Total: 20 credits

*Students who take this course at the onset of the minor prior to the completion of the language and conversation sequences, could take LLIT 230P - P1 Hispanic/Latino Vistas: Film and Literature, which is taught in English. However, if the student has transfer credit for the language courses or wishes to delay taking this course until after completing the language sequence, the student must take LSPN 230P taught in Spanish, which is preferable. See the program director for appropriate placement before beginning the minor courses.


Spanish/Latino Culture for Health Professions Certificate

Requirements

  • LSPN 211 - P5 Intermediate Spanish I (3)
  • LSPN 212 - P5 Intermediate Spanish II (3)
  • LSPN 121 - Conversational Spanish For Health I (3)
  • LSPN 122 - Conversational Spanish For Health II (3)
  • SOCI 217D - Latino Healthcare Issues (3)

Total: 15 credits


Note: The information here is provided for informational purposes only. For exact requirements as well as course descriptions, visit the Undergraduate Catalog.