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The mission of the DBU Spanish Department is to provide a Christ-centered quality program where the Spanish language, culture, literature, and oral/written communication are acquired with the integration of faith and learning. The Spanish Department is committed to equip students to master essential language and cultural competencies and provide a foundation for global servant leadership.

Goals of the Spanish Major

The Spanish Department strives to uphold the following goals for its graduates:

  • Students will acquire the Spanish language at a proficient communicative level.
  • Students will gain an understanding of the Hispanic culture and world view, especially from a Christian perspective.
  • Students will develop advanced reading and writing skills in Spanish through the study of Hispanic literature, culture and civilization readings and lectures, fostering critical thinking.
  • Students will have opportunities to serve while learning the Spanish language through internship possibilities, which will guide and develop the students to use Spanish in their profession, ministry or calling.


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College of Humanities and
Social Sciences

College Overview


Majors:

Criminal Justice
English
History

Interdisciplinary Studies
Political Science
Psychology
Sociology
Spanish


Additional Offerings:

Minors

Modern Languages

Contact the College of
Humanities & Social Sciences:
214.333.5238
or
1.800.460.1328

 

 
 

 

 
 
 
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