Spanish Partnership Program

What is a spanish major?

The Spanish major integrates the study of Spanish Peninsular and Latin American areas of literature, linguistics and culture. Students can also concentrate in language studies or combine any of the above areas for teaching or other professional careers.

A student majoring in Spanish will find career opportunities in teaching, foreign service, industry, or communications. Language study involves mastery both of performance skills (speaking, reading, writing, understanding) and of a subject matter. The subject matter may be the language itself, its literature, culture, or pedagogy.

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Spanish Partnership Guide

CSU Academic Advisor: David Rushton

Academic advising appointments are available for admitted CSU partnership students. Call 440-366-4850 or to get more information on how to schedule an advising appointment.

Additional Spanish Information:

Department of World Languages, Literatures, and Cultures 

Scholarships: College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences

*Typically students must be registered full-time (at least 12 credit hours) through Cleveland State University classes in order to be eligible for CSU scholarships.