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What Can You Do With A Major In Spanish?

Individuals who are skilled in more than one language are at a high advantage in today's job market. Specializing in a foreign language requires knowledge of the literature, the culture, and the historical development of the country in which the language is used. Other than positions in translating, interpreting, or teaching, the skill of knowledge in more than one language is seen as a secondary skill.

 

Spanish Program

Career Paths

Communications

Education

Entertainment

Government

Industry and Commerce

Interpretation

Travel and Tourism

Sales

Social Service

Job Titles

Bilingual Customer Support

Bilingual Officer

Cultural Events Coordinator

Cultural Liaison

Foreign Correspondent

Foreign Exchange Trader

Immigration Officer

International Relations Consultant

Interpreter

Overseas Personal Manager

Radio/Television Announcer

Spanish Teacher

Travel Tour Organizer

 

Employers/Work Settings

Airlines/Airports

Colleges/Universities

Government Agencies

Internet Media Companies

Law Firms

Manufacturers

Overseas Corporations

Resorts

Restaurants

Tour and Excursion Companies

Travel Agencies

Professional Associations

Job Search Information

Graduate School

Applying To Graduate and Professional Schools

Link to UNF Program

The College of Arts and Sciences at the University of North Florida offers a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish