The Spanish major focuses on the development of oral proficiency and exposure to Hispanic culture both in the Western Hemisphere and in Spain. Students who pursue this major are equipped to use the language in careers in ministry and human services as well as a variety of other careers in which knowledge of the language is deemed important.
The major also provides a foundation for graduate studies. Students will spend one semester in Seville, Spain, as participants in the Semester in Spain (SIS) program of Trinity Christian College. The degree is granted upon completion of 125 credits as specified in the catalog (40 credits must be in 3000- or 4000-level courses). A Spanish major works very well as a second major, so you can pursue almost any career and do it in two languages!
Note: WCE = Written Communication Emphasis; OCE = Oral Communication Emphasis.
Note regarding the Spanish Major: Students must receive grades of "C" or above in SPA2101, 2102 and 3201 in order to advance to upper-level courses counting toward the Spanish major.