The Spanish minor provides an opportunity for you to build your oral and written language skills and develop cultural knowledge and understanding of Spanish. After the basics of grammar, composition, conversation, and introduction to literature, you choose your own mix of courses at the third-year level.
- complements any major
- focuses on critical thinking and communication skills you can apply in today’s world
- benefits diverse career paths—especially those that have an international component as well as jobs in communications, education, government, health services, law, marketing, and social services
Perfect Your Language Skills
Outside of class, you can get involved with organizations such as the Spanish Club and Sigma Delta Pi (National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society). If you want to practice your Spanish-language skills on a daily basis, you can choose to live in the Romance Language House, a special wing within Missouri Hall reserved for students studying Spanish, French, Italian, or Portuguese. And Truman offers study-abroad programs to places like Salamanca, Spain, which provide an opportunity to immerse yourself in Spanish culture.