Trinity’s Spanish minor is comprised of mastery of the language, knowledge of the culture, and understanding the literature. Course offerings provide a variety of perspectives, including cultural studies, literary history, genre studies, research methods and documentation, film studies, and other innovative topics.
- Trinity is in the heart of the city of San Antonio—a large city rich with an extensive Latinx population and cultural opportunities making it possible to practice Spanish.
- Trinity boasts one of the largest Spanish Across the Curriculum programs in the nation.
- Combine Spanish language with professional opportunities through internships at local firms and institutions.
- The Mexico, the Americas, and Spain (MAS) program integrates classroom, residential, community, and professional development.
What You'll Study
An in-depth look at Spanish language, culture, and literature
Extensive faculty provide deep knowledge and variety of perspectives
The large Spanish faculty ensures a curriculum rich in Peninsular, Spanish American, and U.S. Latino literature and culture from a wide range of perspectives.
Opportunities for a global impact
When You Graduate
Bilingual, bicultural leaders
The global marketplace is expanding to include more Spanish-centered business environments. With the Spanish minor, students are well-prepared to evolve with the shifting marketplace.
Combining a Spanish minor with another program gives students an edge in a competitive global world where flexible, independent thought and intimate knowledge of another culture are desirable commodities.
Graduate Schools or Programs:
- Master of Arts in Teaching
- Pursuit of Ph.D.s in literature, cultural studies, ethnic studies, and women and gender studies, among others
- Community Organizing
- Doctors Without Borders
- Health Educators
- Library Management
- Marketing and Public Relations
- Public and Business Administration
- Public Policy
- Teacher/ Professor
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