Spanish Studies

Part of the Bay Area's DNA

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Undergraduate Programs

The Spanish Studies major and minor programs are more than a foreign language — they provide full immersion in a second language, culture, history, with a social and political contexts vital to living in increasingly diverse communities within the global climate.

Our curriculum emphasizes the unique role of Spanish-speaking communities throughout the world, offering challenging coursework, service learning opportunities, and study abroad programs that allow students to understand the complexities of Chicanx, Hispanic, Latin American, and Latinx cultures. By offering all of our courses completely in the Spanish we hold true to our belief that understanding a culture means being immersed in it.

Contact Info

Department of Modern and Classical Languages

Office for: French, Italian, Spanish, Hebrew, Arabic, Portuguese and Comparative Literature Program

Kalmanovitz Hall 328 (415) 422-2802