Spanish

In the Spanish program, you will study Spanish language, literature and culture. Spanish is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world and one of the official languages of the United Nations and the European Union. Because Spanish is becoming more widely used in the United States, having the ability to speak and understand the language will provide you with many professional opportunities and prove helpful in your daily life.

Participate in one of DePaul’s Study Abroad programs in Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Peru, Puerto Rico or Spain in order to grow linguistically and expand your cultural understanding of Spanish-speaking societies.

Chicago is a diverse city with numerous festivals, neighborhoods, restaurants, museums, and other cultural institutions that will provide you with many opportunities to practice your Spanish and explore the cultures of the Spanish-speaking world.

Classes

Sample Courses:

  • Grammar and communication
  • Composition
  • Conversational Spanish
  • Phonology and phonetics
  • Literary analysis in Spanish
  • The Spanish novel
  • Latin American literature
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Career Options

Common Career​ Areas:

  • Public policy
  • International business
  • Education
  • Immigration work
  • Social services
  • Journalism
  • Tourism
  • Law

87%

87 percent of 2014 Spanish graduates were employed, continuing their education or not seeking employment after graduation.

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