Your Future in Spanish

The Charleston Southern Bachelor of Arts in Spanish degree program will enrich you by expanding your worldview and by preparing you to speak, understand, read and write the Spanish language. In this program, you will be prepared for career opportunities in international business, travel, communication and government. Partnerships with entities that are connected or serve the Spanish community offer internship opportunities to CSU students. In addition, study abroad programs will allow you to use the language in a Spanish-speaking country.

CSU is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.

Daniel Fultz

Daniel D. Fultz

Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences
P843-863-7026
Edfultz@csuniv.edu

Spanish: expand your world

This program will prove useful to you in any professional occupation and will expand your cognitive and analytical thinking. Graduates from this program can pursue careers in the fields of government, military, social service, communication, law and business. Having a degree in Spanish will help set you apart in a competitive work field.

As a Spanish major, you’ll take courses like…

  • Spanish Literature in Translation
  • Advanced Oral Speech
  • Elementary Spanish
  • Intermediate Spanish
  • Development of the Spanish Drama
  • Spanish-American Literature Post-18th Century 

Graduates are equipped for a variety of career paths.

  • Translator
  • Diplomat
  • Court Interpretor
  • FBI Linguist
  • Peace Corps
  • International Business 

 

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

The College of Humanities and Social Sciences offers a wide variety of undergraduate academic majors to choose from including history, political science, English, music, communication studies, graphic design, criminal justice, psychology, sociology and Spanish. 

explore our facilities

Whitfield Center for Christian Leadership

The facility includes classrooms and conference space, including the Drew Conference Center, which accommodates 200, and faculty offices for the College of Christian Studies and College of Humanities and Social Sciences. Named for W. Floyd and Shirley Whitfield.

Thurmond Center

The center houses the dining hall, Gold Room, a student lounge, the President’s Dining Room, the bookstore, offices for the dean of students, marketing and communication, development, business affairs, CSU online, a faculty suite of offices, the Career Center and the Student Success Center. A Chick-fil-A Express is located on the first floor. Named for J. Strom Thurmond.

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