Spanish BA

Bachelor of Arts in Spanish

With a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish, you will come to comprehend the historical role and cultural value of the Spanish-speaking world and be able to use this knowledge in a variety of communication settings. Because of the influx of immigrants and a rising Spanish-speaking population, the United States has become the third largest Spanish-speaking country in the world. Our program will prepare you for a career in education, federal or state agencies, the military, international business or law, the diplomatic corps, translation, and social services. Being bilingual is one of the most treasured assets for individuals to have for employment opportunities.

Industry Highlights

Being bilingual can provide many job opportunities, along with improving your reading, reasoning, grammar and verbal communication skills.

- Omniglot.com

Career Opportunities

  • Private or Public Education
  • Federal or State Agencies
  • Media Companies
  • International Business or Law
  • Diplomatic Corps
  • Translation and Social Services

Armstrong Edge

Current students take advantage of the language lab that features computers, language software, study resources and foreign language tutors. We also have qualified faculty who aim to ensure you gain fluency in Spanish, as well as a deep understanding and appreciation of Spanish-speaking people. 


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