Being able to speak Spanish greatly enhances your resume. If you are bilingual you are more competitive in the workplace.
The Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Spanish requires satisfactory completion of the following:
Introductory and intermediate course series are designed to provide non-majors with an exploration into Spanish language and Hispanic culture as an essential component of a liberal arts education. These courses aim to develop an interest in the language and the people who speak it, as well as to prepare students for a variety of careers with international dimensions.
The advanced curriculum prepares students to communicate orally and in writing on the different content areas that comprise the study of Spanish, providing them with the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve success in their future careers, to meet their academic and personal goals, and to prepare them for graduate work.
Required courses at the 300 level (15 credits)
Required courses at the 400 level (15 credits)
Choose one course (3 cr.) from each category.
To provide students with guidance that will both enhance their academic experience and avoid problems meeting requirements, the program in Spanish has developed the following suggested curriculum for fulfilling major requirements.
To help you guide your four-year college journey, consult your degree map for a snapshot of the classes you will be taking to finish your degree.
Through the Dual Degree Program, the Liberal Arts baccalaureate competencies are waived for undergraduate students whose first major is outside the School of Liberal Arts and whose second major is a Bachelor of Arts degree from the IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI.
Students with a B.A. in Spanish, who have completed their teaching major requirements in Spanish, can earn an accelerated Teacher Certification with the School of Education.
Contact Rosa Tezanos-Pinto, Director of Program in Spanish.