Expand your linguistic and cultural horizons
San Jose Mission, San Antonio, TX
“El andar tierras y comunicar con diversas gentes hace a los hombres discretos”
--Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
The following links provide relevant information on how a major in a foreign language constitutes an important marketable skill. They also offer a wide suggestion of different job options in a large variety of fields for people with foreign language skills:
Tree of Science, Santiago de Compostela
Homenaje a la ciudad de Buenos Aires
Students and professors on a short study trip to Argentina.
The Department of International Languages and Cultures offers credit for study abroad through several approved programs. Credit will be determined by the advisor and it will depend on a number of variables such as quality of the program, student performance, number of foreign language class contact hours and length of Study Abroad Program. However, the amount of credit granted will never exceed the following equivalences:
|3-4 weeks||--- 3 credits|
|6 weeks||--- 4 credits|
|7-8 weeks||--- 6 credits|
|Semester (13-15 weeks)||--- 13 credits|
For study abroad in Spain see Professor Navia (firstname.lastname@example.org).