The need for bilingual college graduates is rapidly growing nationwide among employers in law enforcement, social work, education, business, health care, and numerous other professions. The ability to speak a foreign language is extremely valuable both in interpersonal relationships and in service to the community. Students are formed not only linguistically but also culturally, increasing their ability to engage more meaningfully in a global culture here and abroad.
Why study Spanish at TMU?
One of the many advantages of attending a small school, like Thomas More University, is the personal attention and engagement with the professors. By pursuing a Bachelor of Arts or an Associate of Arts in Spanish, students have many opportunities to interact with their professors and classmates to receive the support they need to succeed in their personal and professional endeavors.
What will I be doing?
In small classes, students develop their reading, listening, writing, and conversational skills in Spanish. They also explore diverse Hispanic cultures and literature. This holistic approach to language education forms the student to be lifetime learner.