Completion of first-year requirements with no failures. Students must have an average of at least 70% in 3.0 principal courses (including 1.0 course from Spanish 1030 or 1030W/X [former Spanish 002 or 002w/x]). 2.0 additional principal courses must be taken with no mark below 60%. Those with Grade 12U Spanish will receive special permission to go straight into Spanish 2200 or 2200W/X. Comparative Literature and Culture 1020 is recommended.
1.0 course: Spanish 2200, 2200W/X, 2223.
1.5 courses (normally taken in second year): Spanish 2204F/G*, Spanish 2218F/G*, Spanish 2219F/G**.
1.5 courses (normally taken in third year): Spanish 2202F/G, 2203F/G, 2205F/G*.
1.0 course: Spanish 3300, 3301E.
0.5 course: Spanish 3320F/G, 4402F/G or 4404F/G (Medieval Spanish Literature).
0.5 course: Spanish 3321F/G, 3323F/G, 3324F/G, 3326F/G, 4402F/G or 4404F/G (Spanish Golden Age Literature).
0.5 course: Spanish 3331F/G*, Spanish 3333F/G, 3334F/G, 3336F/G, 3338F/G, 4402F/G or 4404F/G (Modern Spanish Literature).
0.5 course: Spanish 3330F/G*, Spanish 3343F/G, 3344F/G, 3346F/G, 3348F/G, 4403F/G or 4405F/G (Spanish-American Literature).
2.0 additional Spanish courses at the 2200 level or above.
* Does not require Spanish 2200 as prerequisite.
** Requires Spanish 2200 as prerequisite.
Notes: With permission of the Department, additional Spanish courses at the 4400 level (Special Topics) may be used to fulfill requirements for the Literature courses listed above (Medieval Spanish, Spanish Golden Age, Modern Spanish, Spanish-American). Students planning to take third year of the module abroad should defer Spanish 2218F/G and 2219F/G to third year. With permission of the Department, Spanish 2101 with a final mark of at least 80% can be counted toward the Honors Specialization in Spanish.