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Experience other cultures. Immerse yourself in a new language. Get ready.
Develop a sense of global interconnectedness with our Department of Modern Languages. Throughout the program, students study diverse languages, cultures and literature and prepare for a career in an ever-changing world.
Our modern languages graduates emerge with a global perspective, gained by immersing themselves in such modern languages as Spanish, French and Italian. The Modern Languages Department helps students develop invaluable skills in communication, public speaking, critical thinking, problem-solving, human relations and research.
There are many ways to customize your experience in the program. Choose between simply majoring in Spanish or being a Spanish major with a concentration in adolescence education. Also consider adding a minor in Spanish or Latino studies or choosing a Spanish concentration as a child study major.
Get ready for a world of vast opportunities with St. Joseph's University Department of Modern Languages.
"I have thoroughly enjoyed my experience in the program. It has given me the opportunity to step out of my comfort zone and appreciate literature in a different language. As a child study major, it’s important to me that I practice my Spanish to make it easier for me to communicate with students who are English Language Learners."
Study Abroad: Global study trips allow our students to actively engage in other cultures and languages outside the classroom. Past trips have included such destinations as Argentina, Cuba, Spain and Nicaragua.
Range of Opportunities: Our graduates go on to work in such fields as business, communication, government, international relations, interpretation and translation, journalism, nursing and teaching.
Open to All: Our Spanish program is open to both heritage and non-heritage speakers, as it provides all students the chance to develop and advance their language skills.
A B.S. in Spanish opens the doors to careers in translation and interpretation, business, law, communications, government, international relations and education.
Get ready for a career in teaching at the middle and high school levels, and help others develop a sense of global interconnectedness.
Study the areas of Spanish literature and culture that interest you. A minor in Spanish complements such majors as psychology, criminal justice, business, and hospitality and tourism management, among others.
Spanish is one of the most-spoken languages in the United States. Enrich your teachings and broaden your job opportunities with a concentration in Spanish.