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Students who are interested in pursuing a Spanish major/minor are often those who love the Spanish language and culture, and who wish to be able to work with the Latino community, are in interested in furthering their career opportunities by opening themselves up to the expansive Spanish-speaking market, and/or are students interested in learning more about their heritage.
Students who choose to double major in Spanish will often pursue majors in
Public Relations & Advertising,
Latin America & Latino Studies, or
Psychology, to name a few. Students who place into advanced Spanish can also more easily double major in business majors such as
Hospitality Leadership when coupled with a study abroad exchange program where they are able to complete business core and learning domain classes in Spanish, which can then also double count toward the Spanish double major requirements.
A number of students are also very interested in the study of other languages, and choose to pursue the
Spanish linguistics minor or study additional languages.