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Southern Oregon University

Accelerated Baccalaureate Program

Spanish Option A -- International Residency/Internship


Sample Program -- Each student's program will be established with their major advisor upon admission to the Accelerated Baccalaureate program.

Fall -- Year 1

Freshman University Seminar (4), General Education (4), General Ed (4), Span 201 (4)
TOTAL CREDITS (16)

Winter -- Year 1

Freshman University Seminar (4), General Education (4), Anth 213 or Comm 200 (4), Span 202 (4)
TOTAL CREDITS (16)

Spring -- Year 1

Freshman University Seminar (4), General Education (4), Span 203 (4), Span 301 or Eng 300 (4)
TOTAL CREDITS (16)




Fall -- Year 2

Span 310 (4), Span 322 (4), or Span 315 (4), General Education (4), General Education (4)
TOTAL CREDITS (16)

Winter -- Year 2

Span 311 (4), Span 323 (4), Upper Division Gen Ed (6-8)
TOTAL CREDITS (14-16)

Spring -- Year 2

Span 312 or Span 415 (4), Upper Division Gen Ed (3-4), Minor Requirements (4-8), Culture Electives (4)
TOTAL CREDITS (12-18)




Fall -- Year 3

International Residency/Internship (6-18 credits)
TOTAL CREDITS (6-18)

Winter -- Year 3

Span 421, 422, 481 or 482 (4-8), Minor Requirements (4-8), Culture Electives (4)
TOTAL CREDITS (12-18)

Spring -- Year 3

Span 421, 422, 481 or 482 (4-8), Minor Requirements (4-8), Span 490 (2)
TOTAL CREDITS (10-16)

Note: Students in Option A: International Residency/Internship must complete a minimum of a 10-week internship in a Spanish-speaking country. Some students may choose to complete this requirement during the summer. Students should also consult with an advisor about incorporating other study abroad opportunities into their program. Students who wish to go on a year-long study abroad program would generally do so during their second year of the program, and will need to work closely with an advisor to ensure that general education and minor requirements are appropriately met.

Students should also take the Spanish placement test upon entering the university. Some students may be able to begin their university Spanish studies at a level higher than the 201 indicated.