SPANISH STUDIES/ESTUDIOS HISPANOS
A study of Spanish may prepare students for such careers as the foreign service, commercial and cultural relations, interpreters and translators with governmental and international agencies, teaching, publishing, journalism, social work in Spanish-speaking communities and public relations. The Spanish program is designed to give the student an active, flexible command of the language, both oral and written, with emphasis on the different aspects of civilization and culture.
Bachelor of Arts with Major in Spanish
Span 1013, 1023, 2013, 2023, 2113, 2123, 24h Spanish electives (Span 3103/3203 isrecommended) (42h).
Bachelor of Business Administration with a Major in Spanish
Span 1013, 1023, 2013, 2023, 2113, 2123, 24h Spanish electives (Span 3103/3203 is recommended) (42h)
See entry for the School of Business
Bachelor of Arts with Spanish as a Second Major
Span 1013, 1023, 2013, 2023, 2113, 2123, 18h Spanish electives (Span 3103/3203 is recommended) (42h)
Students with some knowledge of Spanish should check with the section coordinator to determine their entrance level.
International exchanges and study at a Spanish-speaking university
In each of the above programs, a minimum of one semester (15h) must be taken in Spanish at a Spanish-speaking university. Acadia has an exchange program with the Universidad de La Rioja, Spain; but students may choose a university in any Spanish-speaking country with the permission of the coordinator. The department will help students make the necessary arrangements for attending another institution.
Program of Proficiency in Spanish
This program provides students with an internationally-recognized certificate in Spanish. As well as completing the 24h required for the minor (Span 1013, 1023, 2013, 2023, 2113, 2123, 3103, and 3203), students will be required to pass an external examination.
Co-op option available – see 'program description' the in the University Calendar.