Bachelor of Arts in Spanish (Romance Languages)

Spanish is critical for careers in the health professions, law, the manufacturing and automotive sectors, as well as education and the arts.

Spoken by hundreds of millions of people worldwide, and by over 35 million people in the U.S., Spanish is positioned to become even more important in global culture, politics, and economies in the near future, especially in Michigan, where the Hispanic population continues to grow.

Diverse cultures and perspectives from the Spanish-speaking world shape global television, film, music, food, politics and industry.

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