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Major Areas of Study: SPANISH


After Graduation

Career Possibilities for Spanish Majors

  • Education
  • Journalism/Broadcasting
  • Translation/Interpretation
  • Public Relations
  • Intelligence/Law Enforcement
  • Sales
  • Travel and tourism
  • Mission Work
  • Peace corps

Graduate Programs

Recent Spanish graduates have enrolled in the following:

Graduate Schools

  • Purdue University
  • Emory University
  • Ohio University
  • Kent State University
  • McGill College
  • Miami University
  • Northern Illinois University

Student Stories

Anna Beth Cohen ('05) studied abroad her entire junior year of 2003-04, attending the University of Madrid. While taking a full course load and staying with a host family, she explored Europe and enjoyed, in her words, the feeling of "being a Spaniard for a year, and feeling like it was her country and her culture." She is currently teaching and offering private tutoring in Spanish in Cincinnati, OH.

Beth Lawson studied at Interamerican University in San Germán, Puerto Rico as a junior. She graduated in May 2005 in Spanish with Multi-Age Licensure to teach.

Kristin Losey ('04) finished her graduate degree in Higher Education Administration in May at Kent State University. She is now an Academic Advisor with the RETAIN program for the College of Business Administration at Kent State.  In addition to advising students on academics, Kristin also coordinates international business summer study programs. While at Muskingum, Kristin was Student Manager of the language lab and was active in Spanish Club and Phi Sigma Iota. 

Kate Ryder ('03) After teaching English as a Foreign Language at the University of Castilla La Mancha in Toledo, Spain in 2003-04, Kate now lives in Asheville, North Carolina where she works for a non-profit organization called the Literacy Council of Buncombe County. She assists with the ESL department and is in charge of Volunteer Recruitment and Coordinating as well as Public Relations for the program.

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