A bachelor’s degree is a four-year degree program, usually the first taken by students when beginning their secondary education track. It may be followed by a master’s or doctorate degree, but this is not required or universal. Coursework usually combines classwork that is guided by a teacher as well as independent study and research. At some schools, a term paper or other project is required before the degree is awarded to students.
What is a Bachelor in Spanish? Students earning this degree become proficient in the Spanish language, but they also often learn a great deal about Spanish history, culture, literature or a combination of the above. In most courses, cultural education extends to all areas of the Spanish-speaking world, such as Latin America and the Caribbean. In the majority of programs, students are expected to master all the core skills of the Spanish language: speaking, reading, writing and listening.
Students getting a Bachelor in Spanish have the advantage of becoming proficient in a language with a number of real-world applications. It also offers students insight into the rich culture of the Spanish-speaking world, imparting better understanding of international politics in general.
The cost of a Bachelor in Spanish depends on what school you choose to study at. In general, the degree takes four years to obtain so total costs should be calculated based on this timeline.
Jobs available for graduates with a Bachelor in Spanish include teaching, translating and interpretation. Graduates with a bachelor’s degree are generally able to teach at the elementary and secondary level. Translators and interpreters often begin as independent contractors or freelancers, but with experience or further education can work their way into a public or private sector job in business, art or science.
Studying online is a great way to earn a Bachelor in Spanish on your own terms and schedule. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
The aims of the English courses are to help the student learn to write with a high level of accuracy, effectiveness, and fluency; to give emphasis to research techniques,
The aims of the foreign language courses are to develop foreign language skills, which enable the student to engage in oral and written communication with other peoples of the world and provide an auxiliary skill in professions; to develop in students a linguistic sense sufficient for students to be able to compare a native tongue with other languages; to give the student through readings in foreign language a background of culture of the nations using this language; to enable the student to read scientific, literary, and other texts in a foreign language.
101-102 Elementary Spanish I-II: (3 hours each)
A course of study designed for students who have no or very limited prior knowledge of Spanish. Students who have had at least one year of high school Spanish should consider taking SPA 106. Students who have had at least two years of high school Spanish should consider taking SPA 201....
The Degree in Spanish: Linguistic and Literary Studies was approved in the BOE on 05.01.2010. Through the different subjects that integrate it and the 240 credits to be t
The Degree in Spanish: Linguistic and Literary Studies Was approved in the BOE on 05.01.2010. Through the different subjects that integrate it and the 240 credits to be taken, it offers a solid training in language, literature and culture for the Spanish and Hispanic American sphere. It also provides a broad perspective of the linguistic currents and literary science applied to Spanish.
In addition, it facilitates students to acquire advanced knowledge of Galician and English language and literature, as well as practical knowledge of other languages, at the student's own choice (French, Italian, Portuguese).
Why study the degree
The degree offers an updated and rigorous training within the framework of the Galician University System. Thus, it focuses on the linguistic domain of Spanish, Spanish-speaking countries, at a time when some Spanish-American states are acquiring great international relevance and projection. ...
Whether you are considering a career in law, international business, government, film, public relations, advertising, health care, journalism, teaching, etc., a major or
Whether you are considering a career in law, international business, government, film, public relations, advertising, health care, journalism, teaching, etc., a major or minor in Spanish will positively enhance your career options when you graduate. Across the nation, thousands of graduates compete for jobs in the above-mentioned fields and admission to these graduate programs, and there is no better way of catching the eye of an employer or admissions counselor than by having a degree or advanced coursework in another language!
The Spanish Program offers a major and minor in Spanish. A major in Spanish not only prepares you for linguistic fluency in the world’s second-most spoken native language (first is Mandarin), but also cultural fluency that will allow you to navigate the Hispanic world, whether it be through travel, business, law, health care, or any number of possible interactions in our increasingly globalized world....
Studying Spanish at Aquinas College will not only help you achieve your language learning goals, it will also permit you to access a variety of vibrant and varied culture
Why Study Spanish?
Studying Spanish at Aquinas College will not only help you achieve your language learning goals, it will also permit you to access a variety of vibrant and varied cultures, as well as a richness of literature and history. Additionally, Spanish would certainly be a plus in your professional life. After English, Spanish is the most widely spoken language in the United States and, of course, the most widely spoken language on our continent.
In addition to language classes, Spanish at Aquinas College will enrich your knowledge and understanding of Spanish and Latin American cultures through programs such as the Latin American Film Festival. You will be encouraged to reach out to native speakers both here (Grand Rapids boasts a large and varied Hispanic community), and abroad. At Aquinas College we have study abroad programs in both Spain and Costa Rica....