The Bachelor of Arts in Spanish prepares students to communicate in Spanish through experience in Spanish classes as well as in a Spanish-speaking environment in a study abroad experience.
What to Expect
Placement based on knowledge, performance and leveled testing
Completion of no less than 50 percent of the required courses at and beyond the 200 level for the Bachelor of Arts degree
Opportunity for intensive, accelerated, or minor Spanish degree study
Semester-abroad study coordinated with The College of Global Studies
Elective courses in: Spanish for medical careers, social services, and business; Latin American literature; Hispanic experience in Philadelphia; and, the Spanish Civil War, among others
Spanish majors or minors secure themselves within finance, business, social service and healthcare, communications, government, philanthropic, education, hospitality, and immigration and translation careers.