Intercultural Studies and Modern Languages

A working knowledge of Spanish will benefit those interacting with the public in health care, social work, legal issues, and church professions such as pastors and directors of Christian education. Spanish is by far the most widely taught foreign language in U.S. schools, colleges and universities and demand for teachers of Spanish is high.

Spanish at Concordia emphasizes the four basic language skills—reading, writing, listening and speaking. All courses also expose students to various elements of culture in Hispanic societies in Europe and Latin America. An integral part of the study of any language should be an understanding and appreciation of the cultures which speak the language.

Learn more about the Spanish at Concordia.