Once you've been awarded your Associate of Arts in Spanish at CNM, you can use the program outlined below to earn your Bachelor of Science in Spanish at ENMU. Please keep in mind every ENMU bachelor's degree requires a minimum of 120 hours, with at least 40 of those being upper-division (3XX or 4XX) courses.

This degree is available online.

AA in Modern Languages (Spanish Concentration) (2015-16) to a BA in Spanish, Minor Required (2015-17)


CNM Community College

Associate Degree Requirements

Course Credits

AA in Spanish

For a smooth transition to ENMU, please ensure the courses you've taken for your AA in Spanish at CNM include the following; these classes are required as part of the ENMU curriculum in order to follow the degree program outlined on this page.

  • SPAN 2201 AND SPAN 2202 OR SPAN 2376
  • Three Hours From Topics OR (SPAN 2277 OR SPAN 2280)
60

ENMU Required Courses

ENMU Major Requirements

Course Credits
Upper-Division Diversity/Global Course 3
SPAN 311 Advanced Conversation and Composition 3
SPAN 325 Peninsular Culture and Civilization 3
SPAN 326 Latin American Culture and Civilization 3
SPAN 331 AND SPAN 332 OR
SPAN 351 AND 352 Survey of Peninsular Literature
6
SPAN 492 Senior Seminar and Spanish Studies 3
SPAN 494 Senior Capstone 3
Upper-Division SPAN Electives 9

Elective Courses
(You'll take electives as needed to meet any remaining credit hour requirements remaining)

Varies


ENMU Minor Requirements (Minimum 18 hours)

Course Credits
Minor Specific Courses. A minor is required. Please consult ENMU advisor for options. 18-24

Elective Courses
(You'll take electives as needed to meet any remaining credit hour requirements remaining)

Varies

Bachelor's Degree Total Credit Hours: 120


For More Information

ENMU Department of Language and Literature
Location: Jack Williamson Liberal Arts, JWLA 117
Phone: 575.562.2423
Toll-Free: 800.FOR.ENMU (800.367.3668)

Central New Mexico University
Mr. Roberto Vazquez, Transfer Articulation Analyst
Director of Counseling and Advising
Location: Office of Academic Affairs
Phone: 505.224.4241