Skip to main content

Spanish Degrees

Students seated in classroom with laptopsThe Spanish major provides students with a rigorous course of study in language, literature, and culture, as well as knowledge of the spoken and written registers needed in professional settings. Additionally, our graduates develop a sophisticated bilingual and bicultural awareness that translates into many personal satisfactions and practical opportunities in the job market, in Texas and throughout the United States. With 400 million speakers worldwide, Spanish is also an invaluable asset for anyone planning on an internationally-oriented career. Our students are also prepared for graduate studies in Spanish and related fields, and for a variety of professional schools (medical, law, and business among other fields).

Degree Requirements: The Spanish major provides students with a rigorous course of study in language, literature, and culture, as well as knowledge of the spoken and written registers needed in professional settings. Additionally, our graduates develop a sophisticated bilingual and bicultural awareness that translates into many personal satisfactions and practical opportunities in the job market, in Texas and throughout the United States. With 400 million speakers worldwide, Spanish is also an invaluable asset for anyone planning on an internationally-oriented career. Our students are also prepared for graduate studies in Spanish and related fields, and for a variety of professional schools (medical, law, and business among other fields)

At least nine credits must be taken in SPAN courses at the 300/400-level, and at least six must be in writing or communication intensive courses (SPAN 303, 310, 320, 445). To graduate from Texas A&M with a Bachelors in Spanish, at least thirty-six credit hours must be taken in residence at A&M, and of those, twelve credits must be in the Department of Hispanic Studies.

Degree Plans

• Unofficial Degree Guide Fall 2020
• Unofficial Degree Guide Fall 2019 and earlier