Need a job after graduation? Knowing Spanish can help you get one. Spanish is spoken throughout the United States, and the ability to speak, understand, read, and write the Spanish language is becoming increasingly necessary in all types of career fields—human services, health care, business, journalism, law enforcement, and others.
As part of a strong liberal arts education, Spanish majors are prepared for work in international business and industry and for graduate school in such areas as language and literature, art, music, law, international relations, and teaching. Becoming proficient in Spanish adds a valuable skill to your resume.