Spanish with YOUR major
I am currently double majoring in Criminal Justice and Spanish because I am particularly interested in both fields of study. I am also considering a minor in Forensics. At first, I was only interested in minoring in Spanish but then I realized how Marywood University's Spanish professors are an amazing help and inspiration to their students. I was encouraged by them to pursue a major in Spanish. I am sure that with any Criminal Justice career that I may choose it will never hurt to know another language and I believe this will give me a greater opportunity to find a job in the real world.
"The limits of my languages are the limits of my world." -Ludwig Wittgenstein
Everyone Should Know A Foreign Language!
Through our dynamic, interactive classes, your language skills will blossom. Reinforced with service trips, travel/study abroad, and constant immersion, your knowledge of and sensitivity to other cultures will equip you with the necessary skills to enhance any professional track.
Foreign Language & Your Major
With creative options and a multitude of courses, a foreign language major can be added to even the most rigorous programs. Starting freshman year, your schedule can include language classes to add this important major/minor to your professional career. A semester or summer session abroad is an opportunity that should not be missed during your undergraduate years.
YOUR Major + a Major in Spanish = Success!
A major in Spanish requires 33 semester hours beyond 100-level classes. Come see us and we will help you add this to your major.
YOUR Major + a Minor in Spanish = Success!
Spend your electives wisely. Put those credits toward a minor in foreign language! For just 18 credits beyond elementary 100-level classes, you can gain a competitive edge in the workplace. Students beginning their foreign language at the 223 level or beyond can earn a minor for only 6 additional courses. Remember, foreign language skills will distinguish you from ALL other job candidates and increase your earning potential.
Students seeking K-12 certification in education must take 30 semester hours in the major language beyond 100-level classes.