Quechua Minor

The Quechua minor provides a core curriculum in language study, supplemented by coursework in related areas, which students can choose. Students completing the Quechua minor are required to take 4 semesters of Quechua language courses and one elective, for a total of 17 credits. To declare a Quechua minor, students must visit Student Records in 140 Thackeray Hall and submit an Academic Plan Change Form, available in the Dietrich School of Arts & Sciences Student Toolkit

Core Courses (14 credits)

These courses comprise four semesters of language study:

1 Elective Course (3 credits)

Below are a list of courses that can be taken as an elective to fulfill the Quechua minor. Other courses may be considered, but require approval by the LCTL Center.

For more information about the scope of the Quechua Program at Pitt, see our Quechua Language Page.