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Concentration Areas

All students pursuing the Bachelor of Arts in Spanish may select a concentration area as a specialization to their Degree. We offer the following areas of concentration:

K-12 Teaching Endorsement

The Bachelors of Art in Spanish with a Minor in Secondary Teaching Endorsement provides students with foundational knowledge in the Spanish language and Spanish-speaking cultures around the world and in the United States. The skills and knowledge attained will empower students to teach and serve their community. Students work closely with the Teacher Education Program to gain the experience and necessary skills to thrive, lead, and innovate in the classroom.


The K-12 Teaching Endorsement concentration requires a total of 37 credit hours. 

Media & Entertainment

The Media and Entertainment concentration provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the Spanish language while offering specialized courses in the dynamic field of media and entertainment. Through a combination of language courses, cultural studies, and media-focused classes, students gain the necessary skills to navigate and excel in Spanish-speaking media industries. With hands-on experience and a deep understanding of Spanish-language media, graduates are equipped to pursue exciting careers in various sectors of the media and entertainment industry.


The Media & Entertainment concentration requires a total of 46 credit hours. 

Translation Studies

The Translation Studies concentration offers students a comprehensive curriculum that focuses on developing advanced language skills and translation expertise. Students gain a deep understanding of the intricacies of translation in both literary and professional contexts. They explore various translation techniques, cultural nuances, and specialized terminologies, preparing them to tackle complex translation projects in areas such as literature, legal documents, business communication, and more. With a strong foundation in Spanish language and translation theory, graduates are equipped to pursue diverse career opportunities as professional translators, interpreters, localization specialists, or language consultants in an increasingly globalized world.


The Translation Studies concentration requires a total of 39 credit hours. 

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