The Integrative Studies degree program allows students to earn a bachelor’s degree while exploring complex topics through the academic lens of two or more fields of study coupled with the application of extracurricular experiences and activities. This program allows students to approach real-world problems and questions in multidisciplinary and holistic ways that appeal to employers in the 21st Century.
Spanish bases its outcomes on the proficiency- based guidelines outlined by the internationally recognized standards of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL). With upper division work required in the minor students can expect to develop an intermediate-high to advanced level of proficiency. These goals are integrated in individual courses as well as the program at large.