Minor in Spanish

Gain a competitive edge for your degree and help organizations communicate with a wider audience.

Spanish is the second most commonly spoken language in the U.S. Those who know Spanish can help organizations communicate with a wider audience.

That’s why adding a minor in Spanish to your major will give your degree a competitive edge.

You’ll start by learning elementary proficiency in listening, oral expression and the reading and writing of Spanish. Gain a better understanding of Spanish speaking cultures. Then, advance your ability to use the language in everyday conversation.

A Spanish minor complements any degree and may be especially beneficial for business majors.