Spanish Minor

News correspondents, medical professionals, educators, interpreters, media professionals, business executives, nonprofit employees and people in the social service industry can all benefit from knowing Spanish as a second language. Minoring in Spanish with a major from any discipline prepares students to communicate with one of the largest populations in the United States, as well as much of the world. Graduates with a working knowledge of the Spanish language distinguish themselves as prospective candidates for jobs, as bilingual and multilingual employees are increasingly in demand. It is one of the most frequently used languages in the world and is an official language of the United Nations and its affiliate organizations.