What is Spanish at WVU like?
A major in Spanish provides a solid liberal arts education that is the foundation for personal and professional success and growth over a lifetime. The curriculum provides students with well-developed cognitive and communication skills and with a broad knowledge base that will enable them to pursue additional studies at the graduate level or to enter the job market in positions that will demand the ability to communicate in Spanish in a variety of cultural contexts.
The skills gained with a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish complement and add value to a degree in any field. Spanish is the second most commonly spoken language internationally. It is spoken in Spain, parts of Africa, North, Central and most of South America and in much of the United States and the Philippines. Over the past three decades, the Hispanic population has increased tremendously in the United States and as a result, the United States, economically and culturally, is becoming more closely integrated with the Spanish-speaking world.
At a Glance
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