Bachelor of Arts in Spanish degree is designed to develop student's specialized knowledge of culture, literature, and language. it requires 120 credit hours, 39 at the upper division level.
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The Bachelor of Arts degree in Modern Language Studies addresses the growing need for students to prepare for the demands brought about by globalization and the increased national focus on international security. It provides the opportunity for UTSA students to graduate with an emphasis in a language area according to their individual career interests. It is designed to give students the opportunity to structure their program in a variety of concentrations, including double majors. By selecting the Modern Language Studies major, students receive a well-rounded humanistic education and prepare themselves for jobs requiring a flexible liberal arts degree, among them careers in government, national security, public service, teaching, international business, banking, international media, communications, tourism, foreign relations, and publishing.
The Modern Language Studies major also develops skills, knowledge, and cultural awareness which provide a solid foundation for successful work in graduate studies in the humanities and social sciences, as well as in law and medicine.
Degree requirements are found at http://utsa.edu/ucat/colfa/BAMLAS.html