Bachelor of Arts, World and Classical Languages and Cultures

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Program Mission

The mission of the Spanish Program is to develop proficient communicators in and translators and readers of Spanish. Learners will also demonstrate knowledge of the structure of the Spanish language, and of the cultures, history and literatures of the Spanish-speaking world.

Degree Objectives

  • Learn fundamental skills of listening, speaking, writing, and reading of another language
  • Develop the ability to communicate on various levels in the target language
  • Gain an appreciation of the literature written in that language
  • Convey a knowledge and understanding of a different language, people and culture and to give them a method of viewing the world with a broader perspective

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Julie Sellers, Ph.D.
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Other Department Offerings

  • Bachelor of Arts Degrees in Foreign Language, French, Latin, and International Studies
  • Minors in Spanish, Foreign language, French, Latin, and International Studies