Today's global society demands an understanding of world cultures and an ability to communicate with non-English speakers. Majoring in Spanish gives you both. Learn Spanish, the fourth most widely spoken language, and you'll know a language spoken by more than 300 million people worldwide.
Even before you leave campus, Marietta's diverse community will give you the chance to practice with native speakers. And all majors spend at least one semester in an approved study abroad program in a country where Spanish is spoken, completing a related project as part of their capstone.
Marietta also offers a certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL), with agreements that enable certified graduates to teach in Brazilian and Chinese high schools and colleges.
What types of careers do Marietta Spanish majors pursue?
- International Lawyer
- Foreign Correspondent
- Court Interpreter
- Flight Attendant
- Personnel Manager