Romance Languages: Italian and Spanish, BA
The Dual Romance Languages Major allows students to pursue advanced course work across two Romance Languages: French, Spanish, and/or Italian. It is an 18-credit major, with nine advanced courses in each language. Interested students should contact the Undergraduate Coordinator or the appropriate undergraduate chairs for more information and guidance.
The minimum total course units for graduation in this major is 36. Double majors may entail more course units.
Students are required to meet with the appropriate undergraduate chairs prior to beginning course work. Study Abroad courses must be pre-approved by the Undergraduate Chair to count for the major.
For information about the General Education requirements, please visit the College of Arts & Sciences Curriculum page.
|College General Education Requirements and Free Electives|
|Foundational Approaches + Sectors1 + Free Electives||18|
|Core Requirement: 2|
|SPAN 1200||Advanced Spanish II: Grammar and Composition||1|
|SPAN 1800||Contexts of Hispanic Culture and Civilization||1|
|or SPAN 1900||Introduction to Literary Analysis|
|2000 or 3000 level course||1|
|3000 level courses 3||6|
|Core Requirement: 2|
|ITAL 1000||Advanced Italian I||1|
|ITAL 1200||Advanced Italian II||1|
|ITAL 1890||Masterpieces-Italian Literature||1|
|Select six electives with no more than two courses taught in English||6|
|Complete Research Requirement in the Department at Penn|
|Total Course Units||36|
You may count no more than one course toward both a Major and a Sector requirement. For Exceptions, check the Policy Statement.
Must be taken in the Department at Penn.
At least 2 course units must be taken in the Department at Penn.
Applicant must have a minimum GPA of 3.5 in the major and a GPA of 3.3 overall. Only one of the courses below needs to be taken, and it must be taken in the Department at Penn.
|Select one of the following:|
The degree and major requirements displayed are intended as a guide for students entering in the Fall of 2023 and later. Students should consult with their academic program regarding final certifications and requirements for graduation.