A minor in Spanish requires a minimum of 14 credit hours beyond Spanish stage 2. For students studying Spanish abroad, a minor requires at least one upper-level course in the language (201 or above) in residence at NWU. In no case may one earn a minor with fewer than 4 hours at Nebraska Wesleyan University.
Students who begin their college language study beyond Stage 3 of a language, either as a result of testing or upon consultation with the chair, and who complete a course at that level with a grade of "B" or better, may earn up to 8 hours of retroactive credit for Span 101 and Span 102. Students who have previously taken a beginning level of a college language (Stage I and/or Stage II) are not eligible for this retroactive credit.