A foreign language minor will broaden your job prospects and help you develop a more well-rounded education. Modern Language classes offer elementary and intermediate language instruction, advanced courses in oral and written expression and culture, as well as the study of literature. Millikin graduates with a Spanish minor have continued in the fields of education, international business, and government.
This program contributes to Millikin's goals of preparing students for:
democratic citizenship in diverse and global communities/environments, and
a personal life of meaning and value.
To earn a minor in Spanish, you must complete 12 credits above SP223: Intermediate Spanish.
All language students are encouraged to spend at least one semester in an accredited study abroad program. The University is affiliated with the Institute for the International Education of Students, which has centers around the world.
Interested in adding a Spanish minor? Contact us today!