Spanish at Chico State

Welcome to the Spanish Program in the Department of International Languages, Literatures and Cultures at California State University, Chico. The Spanish Program offers a Bachelor of Arts as well as a Minor in Spanish. 

The Spanish Program serves a variety of educational goals, including study of the humanities through a foreign language; teacher training for the elementary, secondary, and community college levels; language training for use in other professional areas; and preparation for those who wish to pursue graduate studies. Majoring in a Spanish means studying the language, literature, and culture of the country concerned. In addition, knowledge of a foreign language enhances and deepens people's understanding of their own culture and language and contributes toward a greater appreciation of other cultures.

Join us for Virtual Spanish Conversation Hour

Monday 5:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. via Zoom Meeting ID: 860 8941 7355 / Passcode: 534993

Contact: Prof. Sarah Anderson

Why Study Spanish?

A degree in Spanish, especially in conjunction with a second major, increases employment prospects with such employers as the government, multinational corporations, airlines, shipping companies, wineries, travel agencies, hospitals, education, technology, and music.In California and many other states, Spanish is a very useful adjunct to your education in the fields of social welfare, medicine, elementary and secondary teaching, and other areas of public service.

Study Abroad

CSU, Chico has an exchange programs with universities in Mexico and Costa Rica among others. Students also have the option of studying abroad for a semester, year, or summer in Spain, Chile, and many other countries. See the university's study abroad program for more information.

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