With the Spanish BA, you can not only be fluent in Spanish by the time you finish your specialization, but also have a knowledge of and competence in literature, linguistics, and the culture of the Spanish-speaking world, as well as translation and interpretation skills. We offer courses at all levels of language proficiency and in several modalities of teaching and learning. The size of our Spanish classes permits personal attention and approachability. The Spanish faculty counts with a vast experience and preparation in teaching language, linguistics, literatures, and culture. Our program welcomes students pursuing honors undergraduate thesis, research opportunities and High Impact Practices course designations.

In addition to postgraduate studies, students graduating with a Spanish BA or with a double major with a Spanish BA may consider unlimited possibilities after graduation, for example:

  • Business and Enterprise
  • Diplomacy
  • Education
  • Global Marketing
  • Health and Sports
  • International Relations
  • Law and Legal Services
  • News and Television
  • Non-profit Organizations
  • Online Environment
  • Performance Arts
  • Public Service
  • Teaching
  • Translation and Interpretation
  • Traveling Industry

If you have a previous knowledge of the Spanish language (for example: high school, AP or IB student or Spanish-speaking student), you may need to contact the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures to ensure that you register in the course that is right for you.

If you may need to complete the requirements virtually for your Spanish BA degree, please contact Dr. Martha García to explore together some viable possibilities.


You may refer to the UCF catalog entry for program requirements.