Spanish for the Professions Certificate
Credits: 12, with minimum grades of C
The certificate in Spanish for the Professions provides students with the linguistic skills and cultural knowledge necessary for working in our increasingly global community, focusing specifically on the Spanish-speaking world. Coursework builds cultural background and communicative proficiency, while providing profession-specific language and experience.
To be eligible to complete the certificate, students must have a grade of C or better in SPN3300 or SPN 3350, or equivalent background. Nine of the twelve credits must be earned in a UF program.
- SPN 3414 Advanced Spanish Conversation 2 (3 credits)
- SPN 3510 Culture and Civilization of Spain or
SPN 3520 Culture and Civilization of Spanish America (3 credits)
- SPN 3948 Spanish Service Learning (3 credits)
- One 3-credit professional Spanish course (e.g., SPN 3036 Spanish for Health Professions, SPN 3440 Commercial Spanish, SPN 3442 Marketing and Advertising in the Spanish-Speaking World, SPN 3451 Spanish Translation, SPN 3831 Spanish for Legal Professions, SPN 3930 Spanish for Educators)
Students must also achieve a minimum score of 50 on the Versant Spanish Test (cost to student).
Additional information, including how to apply, is available on the department website or from the department's undergraduate coordinator, Dr. Greg Moreland.
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