Yes, you want to get a good job after college. You also want to live a full and rewarding life. Degrees offered in the Department of Languages & Literatures will give you the opportunity to do both.
Surveys of employers regularly find that the most valued qualities in prospective employees are strong written and oral communication skills. With majors in the fields of English, Spanish and TESOL, and a range of complementary minors, we offer a variety of options for students. Our small classes and dedicated faculty ensure that you get individual attention. Course choices within programs allow you to follow your passions while enhancing your abilities.
Languages & Literatures degrees also expose students to the world's greatest thinkers and the most vital issues of our time. Apply what you learn through community engagement, study abroad opportunities, or internships.
There's a lot you can do, and now is the time to get started. Contact an advisor below to take the first step on your path.
Students of Spanish (whether majors or minors) at UNI are exposed to a wide variety of coursework. UNI faculty teach courses on language, linguistics, translation, culture, and foreign language teaching methods as well as Chicano and Latino, Spanish-American and Spanish literature and film. UNI also offers unique opportunities for Spanish Heritage Speakers and community outreach opportunities.
All students considering taking Spanish at UNI should take the Spanish placement exam. This exam will help you choose the appropriate first Spanish course at UNI. Please note: Heritage Speakers should first consult with Professor Juan Carlos Castillo (email@example.com) before taking the Placement Exam.
To take the placement exam, click here. You will need to pay a $10 charge via credit card.
Click on a name to send email. For additional questions, please contact the Department of Languages & Literatures main office at 319.273.2821.
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