Hispanic Studies - Coastal Carolina University
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Hispanic Studies Studies

By concentrating in Hispanic Studies as a Languages and Intercultural Studies major, you will complete courses in the language and cultures of North and South America, Europe, and the Caribbean, as well as classes that promote intercultural competency. You can choose to focus their upper-division coursework on Spanish for the Professions or further intensify their knowledge of Hispanic cultures. The Hispanic Studies Concentration prepares you for working with Spanish-speaking clients, colleagues, and employers in the US and abroad.

BA Hispanic Studies - Languages and Intercultural Studies

Minor Spanish

Minor Spanish for Health Professions

 

 


 

Experiential Opportunities

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Semester Exchange with Universidad CEU San Pablo in Madrid, Spain

Study Abroad Programs to Costa Rica

 


 

Courses

After taking your major requirements, the concentration in Hispanic Studies provides you with a deep dive into Spanish and Hispanic Cultures.

Foundation
(2 Courses)

LIS 122 | Introduction to Intercultural Studies 

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1 upper-division (300 or 400-level course) in Languages and Intercultural Studies

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Participation in immersive experience (study abroad or internship)

Major Requirements 
(9 Courses)

SPAN 210 | Hispanic Studies II
SPAN 255 | Spanish Pronunciation
SPAN 211 | Spanish and Hispanic Cultures in North America
SPAN 315 | Spanish and Hispanic Cultures in South America
SPAN 431 | Spanish and Hispanic Cultures in Spain and the Caribbean
SPAN 321 - Spanish and Hispanic Cultures in Central America
SPAN 480 - Capstone: Advanced Topics in Literature and Culture

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SPAN 320 | Spanish for the Professions
SPAN 323 - Spanish for Business and Tourism

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Two courses in Hispanic literature/culture/civilization at the 300 or 400 level

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Spanish Minor

The Spanish minor is designed for students who want to study the Spanish language and culture of Spanish-speaking countries, and to be able to communicate using the second most spoken language in the United States. With more than four hundred million native speakers in twenty-one countries, the Spanish language is of great significance in international relations. Students can combine a minor in Spanish with a major in many fields to increase their competitive edge in the professional environment.

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Spanish for Health Professions

The 18-credit-hour Spanish for Health Professions Minor will prepare you for careers in the health professions, including public health, medicine, nursing, and other areas, to obtain language proficiency and critical cultural awareness that will assist you in serving the needs of Spanish-speaking patients and clients. You will complete the required courses in Spanish language and Hispanic/Latinx culture as well as in public health, and elective courses in multiple disciplines. You are also encouraged to complete an internship as part of this minor.

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Program Faculty Spotlight

The Language and Intercultural Faculty bring a diverse set of global perspectives in literature, culture, and media.

Priscilla Meyers
Classroom

Mauricio Castillo

Assistant Professor of Spanish

Mexican muralism, Avant-Garde movement, Transnational Film

Jonathan Doe

Yun Sil Jeon

Assistant Professor of Spanish

Spanish Linguistics, Sociolinguistics Studies, Spanish Grammar

Classroom

Alejandro Munoz-Garces

Assistant Professor of Spanish, Coordinator of Core Spanish Classes

Travel Literature, Intercultural Communication, Second Language Acquisition

Amanda Green
Classroom

 


 

Student and Alumni Work

  • Slide of Breanna Salvino and Tidelands Health

    Breanna Salvino ('20)

    After concentrating in Hispanic Studies, Breanna is currently working as an English Spanish Interpreter for Tidelands Health in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina.

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Application Requirements

» Application

» $45 Application Fee

» Official Transcripts (Highschool, Secondary School, or Previous College)

» SAT/ACT Test Scores (optional)

For International Students

» Proof of English Proficiency (ESL Students)

» Passport

 

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Program Contact

Gary Schmidt

Gary Schmidt
Chair, Languages and Intercultural Studies 
843-349-2741
gschmidt@coastal.edu

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