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School of Humanities & Behavioral Science

Spanish

A major in Spanish at Anderson University offers students a triple focus in language, culture, and literature. After successful completion of the program, majors will be equipped to do the following:

  • Comprehend and interpret the written and spoken language.
  • Express themselves in the written and spoken word of that language.
  • Have a fundamental understanding of the literature and civilizations of the countries represented by the target language.
  • Value other cultures as fellow global citizens.
  • Develop skills to function successfully in cross-cultural environments.

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Program Options

How can I get involved in the Spanish program?

 

Major

The major is offered as a three-year or four-year track for graduation.

Complementary Major

A complementary major in Spanish gives students the strength and exposure of a full major, but without the requirement of additional study in a third language. It also requires completion of a study abroad experience. Many students in pre-med, nursing, business, global business, computer science, ministry, and other majors complete this complementary major, as well. This gives our students additional marketability after graduation.

Minor

The Spanish minor requires students to take 18 hours of Spanish courses beyond the Elementary Spanish level, including Spanish Composition, and Spanish Conversation.

Classes

What classes will I take?

  • Composition
  • Conversation
  • Civilization and Culture
  • Spanish-American Civilization

View the courses required for the Spanish Major.

View the courses required for the Spanish Complementary Major.

Careers

What kind of jobs can I anticipate after graduation?

  • Bilingual Educator
  • Foreign Exchange Trader
  • Translator/Interpreter
  • Immigration Officer
Experience
  • Study Abroad programming with more than 30 locations around the world.
  • Trips through Tri-S Global (a short-term learning service program).
  • Local opportunities to interact with members of the community.
  • Language opportunities with Spanish chapel services and immersion nights (social events where no English is spoken).

OUR FACULTY

Spanish

Inge Baird, an employee of Anderson University in Indiana

Inge Baird

Assistant Professor of Spanish; Assistant Professor of German, Department of English

Carrie Clay

Carrie Clay

Assistant Professor of Spanish; Director, General Studies & Professional Development

Timothy Fox, an employee of Anderson University in Indiana

Dr. Timothy Fox

Chair, Department of Modern Foreign Languages and Cultures; Professor of Spanish

Brandon Grayson, an employee at Anderson University in Indiana

Dr. Brandan Grayson

Professor of Spanish

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