B.A. in Spanish
Students majoring in Spanish will study various aspects of the language. These include grammar, phonetics, culture, communication, as well as Spanish history and civilization. While doing so, students equally develop important skills such as multilingualism, clarity, structure and purpose in writing and enhanced oral communication. On the other hand, students will develop greater cultural understanding of individuals and communities from Spanish-speaking countries from around the world. A degree in Spanish will give you an edge and put you on top both in government, industry, and non-profit organizations.
B.A. in Professional Spanish
Students pursuing a degree in Professional Spanish will not only develop proficiency in all aspects of the language (speaking, reading, writing, and listening), they, additionally, will learn about important aspects in the professions within the Spanish context. For instance, students will learn how to put together a resume or C.V in Spanish, write a cover letter, run a professional meeting, and even complete something as simple as writing an email to colleagues or one’ superior. A degree in professional Spanish will give you more opportunities as you seek employment at home and abroad.