You love the Spanish language and culture and want to pursue a career that will take you anywhere in the Spanish-speaking world.
Spanish is one of the three most widely spoken languages in the world and the second most widely used language in the United States. Mastering the Spanish language and culture can give you a critical edge in virtually any U.S. business or private firm, as well as in law and government service.
If you plan to teach high school Spanish, the concentration in secondary education will prepare you for teaching certification while you pursue your degree in Spanish.
- Community advocate
- Community organizer
- Customs agent
- International business manager
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College of Humanities & Social Sciences
B.A., Bachelor of Arts
Course Load by Subject Area
- Foreign Language: High Intensity
- Electives: Medium Intensity
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