The degree program in Spanish requires 38 hours in Spanish. A student’s credit by
examination and course work must total 38 semester hours.
The program is designed to prepare students to communicate effectively in another
language, as well as live, study, or work in international settings. The program is
supported by the up-to-date technology, available to students in the World Languages
Lab located in Dean Hall 117. Departmental majors will be prepared to pursue graduate
degrees and a variety of careers in business and industry, communication, education,
foreign service, government, and public relations.
Spanish majors may pursue teacher licensure in Spanish. The curricula for teacher
licensure in Spanish are printed in the catalog section of the College of Education.