Students pursuing the Bachelor of Arts in Spanish explore the rich diversity of Spanish cultures, develop written and oral skills in the Spanish language, and increase their understanding of the cultures and history of Spain and Latin America through the analysis of literary and nonliterary texts. Proficiency in the Spanish language and awareness of aspects of Hispanic cultures are valuable assets in may majors and careers, including international relations, international business, journalism and mass communication, health care, government, education, justice studies and law.
Students interested in declaring the B.A. in Spanish should contact the Department of Modern and Classical Language Studies, where advising is mandatory.
|Programs||Requirements and Roadmaps|
|Minor in Spanish||2012||2011||2010||2009 or prior|
|Minor in Business Spanish||2012||2011||2010||2009 or prior|
|Bachelor of Arts in Spanish Literature, Culture and Translation*||2012||2011||2010||2009 or prior|
|Bachelor of Science in Spanish Translation||2012||2011||2010||2009 or prior|
|Master of Arts in Spanish||2012||2011||2010||2009 or prior|
|Master of Arts in Translation (Spanish to English)||2012||2011||2010||2009 or prior|
|* Teaching licensure candidates also complete a Minor in Education.||2012||2011||2010||2009 or prior|
ALL MCLS MINORS AND MAJORS MUST CONSULT AN MCLS ADVISOR EACH SEMESTER.
ALL UPPER DIVISION COURSES ARE RESTRICTED. ALL STUDENTS REQUIRE A PERMIT FROM AN MCLS ADVISOR IN ORDER TO ENROLL IN SUCH COURSES.
Minimum cumulative 2.00 GPA required for graduation.