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The Spanish Program
(Major, Minors and Masters Concentration)
has been Suspended as of November 2014
Dear WNMU community,
Western New Mexico University recently completed a Program Prioritization and Enhancement evaluation of all programs. This process involved faculty, staff and administration in a review of programs and services offered at WNMU. The purpose was to determine where resources and energies should be placed to assist with ensuring resources are used wisely and efficiently. As a result of this analysis, the Spanish program will be ‘suspended’ until further notice and is in the first phase of a ‘teach out’ plan.
This Teach Out plan will offer the students (currently declared as Spanish major, minor -or- concentrations) classes they need to finish their degree plans in a timely manner. As we develop the teach out plan, we will use this website to post updates and future course offerings, as well as information that may be important to those considering taking Spanish courses.
The lower-level Spanish Classes that are offered as general education and language requirements and any other classes that are offered as a part of other degree plans will continue to be taught and supplemented with upper-level service courses needed by degree plans in other majors.
Currently declared student should plan to enroll in the courses as they are made available (Teach Out plan forthcoming). The programs must be completed no later than June 30, 2018.
If students choose not to continue in the WNMU program they have the following options:
1) Move to a different program at WNMU. If you make this choice, please visit our website for a list of programs available and contact an advisor in the respective program that you are considering.
2) With advisor approval, you may take courses at a different institution and transfer those courses into the WNMU program.
Or, the Department of Humanities, 575-538-6644