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The Spanish Major and Co-Major

Albright College provides you opportunities to acquire in-depth competencies in Spanish and the cultures of the Spanish-speaking world. Through coursework, service learning, study abroad, internships, honors theses, and collaborative research with our faculty, you’ll learn to appreciate cultural differences, to question, and to analyze. You’ll solve problems on a daily basis. You’ll interact with native speakers who share their cultural and linguistic expertise inside and outside the classroom. Learning a new world language is a transformative experience, and we’re here to guide you as your begin your journey.

The vast majority of students who study Spanish at Albright choose to combine it with another discipline. While no one combination dominates in terms of raw numbers, here are some examples of what students have combined Spanish with recently:

  • Accounting
  • Biochemistry
  • Business
  • Business administration
  • Child and family studies
  • Communications
  • Criminology
  • English
  • Environmental studies
  • Fashion merchandising
  • French
  • History
  • International business
  • International relations
  • Psychology
  • Secondary education
  • Sociology

And the list goes on…

Combined Major. To complete the combined major in Spanish, here’s what you need to do.

Take these courses:

  • SPA 202, Intermediate Spanish II, or SPA 204, Accelerated Intermediate Spanish II
  • SPA 301, Advanced Spanish I
  • SPA 302, Advanced Spanish II
  • Three additional courses at the 300 level
  • SPA 492, Senior Seminar II

Or take these courses:

  • SPA 301, Advanced Spanish I
  • SPA 302, Advanced Spanish II
  • Four additional courses at the 300 level
  • SPA 492, Senior Seminar II

It’s that simple! By taking these seven courses, you will complete the combined major in Spanish.

Full Major. You can also complete a full major in Spanish. Just take three additional courses at the 300-level. ¡Así de fácil!

If you have questions, please contact Dr. Adam John, chair of the Department of Modern Foreign Languages and Literatures.