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To fulfill requirements for a minor in Spanish, a student must complete a minimum of 17 credits of course work in one language area. A foundation of the target language, 203 and 204 (8 credits), is required; in addition, 3 courses (9 credits) must be taken in courses other than 203-204 at the 300-400 level. A minimum of 9 credits with a letter grade must be taken in residence at WSU, of which 3 must be at the 300-400-level. All courses must be passed with a grade of C or better. Only courses thus designated in the Catalog may be repeated for credit toward the minor. Courses counting towards a minor in the language may not be counted towards a major in International Area Studies (i.e., Latin America Area Studies). 105, 205, 305, and 405 may not count towards the minor. For courses taken in Study Abroad Programs or as other transfer credits, please check with your advisor. All Spanish language minors must also complete an exit proficiency examination interview during the semester in which they complete the last language course of their minor. There is a fee charged for the exam.