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:
- QUECH 0101 - Quechua 1 (4 credits)
- QUECH 0102 - Quechua 2 (4 credits)
- QUECH 0103 - Quechua 3 (3 credits)
- QUECH 0104 - Quechua 4 (3 credits)
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.
- QUECH 0105 - Quechua 5
- QUECH 0106 - Quechua 6
- QUECH 1909 - Special Topics in Quechua
- LING 1263 - Cross Cultural Communication
- LING 1951 - Languages of the World
- ANTH 1528 - South American Archeology
- ANTH 1543 - Ancient States in the New World
- HIST 0500 - Colonial Latin America
- HIST 0501 - Modern Latin America
- HIST 1511 - Violence and Memory in Latin America
For more information about the scope of the Quechua Program at Pitt, see our Quechua Language Page.