The Spanish Major
Associate Professors: John Herda and Monica Rodriguez
In a world where all fields of endeavor are becoming increasingly international and multicultural, fluency in another language and an understanding of other cultures have become keys that open a wide variety of opportunities — both personal and professional. Spanish majors have the opportunity to develop a facility in the use of both spoken and written Spanish and to build a knowledge of its literature and cultural heritage. The major prepares students for graduate school, teaching, or a range of professions grounded in bilingualism.
Students may skip SPN 101 and 102 if they have the equivalent language proficiency.
* Students may use SPN 101 and 102 to satisfy core requirements.