Spanish Minor Information

Stand Out Among Prospective Employers by Becoming Fluent in a Second Language

In a globalized world, fluency in a more than one language and an understanding of the culture can help you stand out among prospective employers and create educated citizens who can contribute better to the society of the XXI century.

The Spanish minor provides you with a solid foundation in speaking, listening, reading, and writing. You will also develop a broad understanding of Hispanic and Latino culture and literature.

A minor in Spanish demonstrates to future employers and/or graduate schools that you have achieved a certain level of linguistic ability and understanding of Hispanic cultures. The Spanish curriculum is designed to help students perfect their oral and written language skills and to learn
more about Spanish and Hispanic-American cultures through literature and cultural studies.

To earn the Spanish minor, you must successfully complete a 15-credit course of study.

  • The Franklin Pierce Study Abroad Program on the Camino de Santiago immerses students in the same journey that eight centuries of pilgrims have experienced.



Want to Know More?

Download the Spanish Program SheetDownload a Spanish program sheet to view on-screen or print, or view the College at Rindge Academic Catalog for specific degree requirements and course information.

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