Spanish Language & Culture

The B.A. in Spanish offers you the opportunity to gain the cultural and linguistic proficiency that will enable you to understand and explore in depth different aspects of the Hispanic culture and the Spanish language. The program offers a variety of courses that focus on Culture, Linguistics, Literature, Spanish for the Professions, Civic Engagement and Translation, and it allows you to design the program of study that best fits your personal and professional interests. The program promotes global awareness and offers study abroad opportunities. A minor is required.

Students frequently combine their major in Spanish with a degree in areas such as:

  • Another language
  • Global Studies
  • International Business
  • Ethnic Studies
  • Sociology
  • Journalism
  • Anthropology
  • Psychology
  • Biological Sciences (Pre-Health, Pre-Medicine)
  • Latin American Studies
  • Digital Humanities
  • Education
  • Women’s and Gender Studies
  • History
  • Communication Studies
  • Art History
  • Political Science (Pre-Law)

Do you need help with your Spanish Writing?

The Spanish Tutoring & Writing Center is open to upper level Spanish students who wish to have additional help with their writing. To find out more, visit our webpage.

For information on specific courses available in Spanish, please visit the Undergraduate Catalog.

If you want to know what courses are being offered each semester, visit the Schedule of Classes.

The major and minor requirements are spelled out in the Spanish page of the Undergraduate Catalog. If you have questions regarding your college career/program that are not specific to obtaining a Spanish major or minor, please contact your assigned advisor, who would be best equipped to meet your needs.

Faculty-Led Study Abroad Opportunities for Students of Spanish

Bilbao, Spain

Faculty Coordinator:
Dr. Iker González-Allende
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Faculty Leader:
Olatz Sanchez Txabarri

Bilbao is one of the most vibrant cities in Spain, nestled between beaches and mountains. At the University of Deusto, you will have many opportunities—Spanish language classes at all levels are available, as well as culture and business courses. During the semester program you can take advantage of education and business internships including service learning opportunities.

All CIDE Programs include guided cultural visits to places of interest, medical insurance, housing service, and academic and personal orientation (before and during the student's stay at the University of Deusto).

Upon the completion of any CIDE Program, students will receive an Official Academic Transcript from the University of Deusto, so that they can transfer the credits earned at Deusto in their home University.

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