Emma Redlin '23 on Diverse Learning Experiences
The Spanish program prepares students for participation in a global society through courses designed to expand their knowledge and understanding of the language, cultures perceptions of the Spanish-speaking world.
Spanish courses are designed to expand your knowledge of the language, cultures, and perceptions of the Spanish-speaking world. 32 credit hours above SPAN 211 are required for a major. 20 credit hours above SPAN 211 are required for the minor.
Consider pairing a Spanish major or minor with a major in International Business.
This major will prepare you to teach Spanish to students in grades K-12.
Optional endorsement for elementary education majors.
Concordia's Spanish program has many opportunities to practice the language. Most majors spend a semester abroad and many students in the department visit Spanish-speaking countries for shorter experiences. You can work at Concordia Language Villages, an immersion program for children and adults who want to learn other languages. Students can also practice their language skills at our weekly Spanish coffee hour, get involved with El Circulo Hispano, or attend Latinx Organization for Achievement (LOA) events.
Spanish students benefit from courses that are designed to expand their knowledge and understanding of the language, cultures, and perceptions of the Spanish-speaking world. Our students are all over the map enjoying various careers within:
Claire Bruland '23 on Majoring in Spanish