Spanish Major/Minor

More than ever, Spanish is an essential tool for business and cultural understanding throughout the Americas and around the world.

Career Options

A degree in Spanish opens the door to careers as interpreters and translators; news analysts, reporters, and correspondents; advertising, marketing, and public relations managers; elementary, middle, and high school teachers; and adult educators.

High School Preparation

Students choosing to major in Spanish benefit from prior exposure to the study of English, Spanish Language, Spanish Literature, European History, and World History.

Enhance Your Experience

Students who major in Spanish often pursue a double major or minor in international business, marketing, human services, or sociology.

Spanish Minor

Spanish minors with no prior language knowledge will learn how to speak, write, and read Spanish, and current speakers will enhance their skills. Spanish minors may also choose to study Spanish literature and culture.

Degree Requirements

A. All of the following if not placed into a higher level: