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Spanish, Bachelor's/Master's Combined Program

Accelerate Your Academic Journey and Earn Two Degrees

Find your career in:

Become a K-12 Spanish teacher, community college instructor or university professor.

Spanish-language skills are valuable in medical professions.

Spanish speakers work as interpreters and translators in the U.S. and abroad.

Work in Student Affairs at a university, meeting the needs of prospective and current Latinx students.

Teach English abroad or in the U.S. to speakers of other languages (requires licensure at the K-12 public schools level).

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Train professionals ready to work and interact with the Latinx population in the U.S. and abroad

Increase, improve and promote cultural understanding and awareness of regional, national and international Spanish-speaking communities

Provide knowledge and advanced skills in the Spanish language and Hispanic cultures necessary for higher-level graduate work

Provide critical and practical skills necessary for analyzing, assessing, and addressing academic and societal issues related to Hispanic cultures

I was to be one of the first three students to go through the combined program. I began my master's the following semester and could not be more grateful for the opportunity.
Mourghan Mencio ‘13, ‘14
Spanish, Bachelor’s/Master’s Combined Program Overview