Spanish is a language of both national and global importance. It is the second most spoken language in the U.S. with an increasing presence in major metropolitan areas. Speakers of Spanish, English, or both, Hispanics make up almost one fifth of the U.S. population. Drawn from an increasingly diverse mix of countries and cultural heritages, they encompass a diversity of races and ethnicities.
Why study Spanish?
Explore your academic and career options with the Spanish Major Guide.