The mission of the Department of World Languages and Cultures is to provide high quality instruction in world languages, and to prepare students to be lifelong learners and engaged citizens through the critical study of the literatures and cultures associated with these languages.
As a Spanish major, the language and critical thinking skills you develop through written and oral exposition, research, and service learning will enhance your career opportunities in today's global society and provide the basis for a lifetime exploration of multiple cultures and worldviews.
B.A. in Spanish Program Goals and Outcomes
The language, research, and critical thinking skills that Spanish majors develop enhance career opportunities in today's global society and provide the basis for a lifelong exploration of multiple cultures and worldviews.
Goal 1: Immersion in the discipline: Spanish majors contextualize, analyze, and evaluate literary and cultural texts of increasing complexity.
Goal 2: Integration of knowledge: Spanish majors integrate the research, analytical, and critical thinking skills they have developed throughout the program.
Goal 3: Language proficiency: Spanish majors demonstrate advanced-level oral and written proficiency in Spanish.
Take a closer look at the Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and the courses offered toward the degree.
If you are interested in the program or have questions, please contact World Languages and Cultures at (773) 442-4740.
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