The program in Spanish is designed for students interested in Spanish language and Iberian, Latin American, and South American culture, history, and politics. The Spanish faculty offers courses and conducts research on topics that span the Medieval Spain to Contemporary Latin America.   Courses are often interdisciplinary and always innovative and engaging. Students are encouraged to enhance their language skills on faculty-led summer study abroad programs to Buenos Aires or Malaga and academic-year exchange programs.

Bachelor of Arts in Spanish

Students who choose to major in Languages and Literatures with a Spanish emphasis will take ten courses (30 credits) above the 200 level and two additional breadth courses. More information on the specific major requirements and the degree requirements can be found here.

Minor in Spanish

Many students choose to minor in Spanish along with their primary major. The minor consists of six courses (18 credits) beyond the 200 level, of which 12 credits must be at the 300 or 400 level. More information on the requirements for the Spanish minor can be found here.

Spanish Undergraduate Advisor

Contact Dr. Alberto Villamandos for more information and major advising.