The Spanish major and minor programs highlight historical, economic, social and religious contexts, cultural artifacts, peoples and places, and modes of analysis to deliver a rich academic and social experience.
We believe that truly understanding a culture means being completely immersed in it. So we created a Spanish major and minor curriculum that emphasizes the Spanish community’s unique role in our society through challenging coursework, service learning opportunities and study abroad programs.
See our catalog for requirements and courses.
Beyond the Classroom
In addition to coursework, students have an opportunity to practice their conversational skills at the USF Spanish Conversation Table or join a variety of clubs whose missions emphasize culture, community engagement and learning through action. Graduates leave campus equipped with the knowledge, communication skills and real-world experience necessary for successful careers in a variety of industries around the world.
Spanish Studies students are strongly encouraged to study abroad. USF sponsors several international programs for students.
Spanish Writing Center
The Spanish Writing Center is a unique tutorial service whose purpose is to assist students with different writing assignments in the Second Year Spanish language classes and beyond. The special one-on-one contact students receive enable them to acquire the necessary writing skills to fulfill various assignments and to enhance English writing skills, as well.
Department of Modern and Classical Languages
Mon-Fri, 9a.m. - 5p.m.