Our Spanish Undergraduate Programs
In addition to a Bachelor of Arts degree in Languages, Cultures, and International Studies with a Specilization in Spanish from the College of Liberal Arts, the Department of Languages, Cultures, and International Trade offers several other options for a student interested in a Spanish Specilization.
For those interested in teaching Spanish, check out the options listed below. The College of Education and Human Services offers a Bachelor of Science degree with a secondary teaching licensure; the College of Liberal Arts offers a Bachelor of Arts degree with a secondary teaching licensure; the FLIPS (Foreign Language and International Public Service Specialization) degree is offered to those with a desire to use their language skills in an international setting; and finally, a student has the option to minor in Spanish.
Bachelor of Arts Degree in Languages, Cutlures, and International Trade with a Specialization in Spanish, College of Liberal Arts
Requirements for Specialization in Spanish - 33 credit hours not including first year
Spanish with K-12 teaching licensure.
Requirements for Specialization in Spanish with secondary school licensure - 33 credit hours not including first year
Requirements for Spanish Minor - 18
Please contact the Spanish Section Head, Dr. Jennifer Smith.
For more information on Spanish courses, download the Languages, Cultures, and International Trade 2017-2018 catalog section here.