Spanish is the second most spoken language in the United States, and there are some 350 million native Spanish speakers worldwide. Improve your Spanish language skills for use at home and abroad.
The minor programs give students majoring in other disciplines the language background they need to broaden and enhance career opportunities. A foundation in a foreign language will increase understanding of the scholarly, scientific, and technical information of our foreign allies. View minor requirements in the Undergraduate Catalog.
Native and heritage speakers of Spanish may earn up to 6 units for SPAN 301 and/or SPAN 302 by taking the department's Credit for Prior Learning (CPL) Exam.
Practice speaking with your peers and gain a more in-depth knowledge of countries and cultures by joining a foreign language honor society.