About the Program
Our B.A. in Spanish students practice communication and apply what they learn as they speak, listen, read, and write in the language. You will develop insight into the experiences of global citizens and communities while focusing your studies in the areas of communication and journalism. Through this program, you will achieve linguistic and cultural proficiencies while becoming confident in local, national, and international markets.
- Introduction to Hispanic Literature
- Introduction to Spanish Linguistics
- Multimedia Journalism
Linguistic proficiency in a second language is in high demand by employers in many fields, and our graduates leave Monmouth University with language skills and cultural knowledge that make them stand out. With this degree, you can excel in careers in journalism and communication, or explore a wide variety of fields that include law, education, government, medicine, international outreach, and more.
Julia Riordan-Goncalves, Ph.D.
Chair, Department of World Languages and Cultures;
Departmental Advising Coordinator (DAC);
World Languages Placement Coordinator;
Director of Spanish for Business Minor
World Languages and Cultures
Plangere Center, 123