The world's 2nd-most common language
Employers are eager to hire Spanish-speaking job candidates. A Spanish degree from UToledo will make you more marketable, whatever career you choose.
Spanish is the second-most spoken language in the U.S. and the world. Bilingual professionals are in high demand.
A Spanish degree from The University of Toledo can move your resume to the top of the pile in many fields, including business, medicine and social work.
UToledo undergraduates in Spanish learn how to converse and conjugate verbs. But just as important, they study culture and learn to become culturally sensitive global citizens.
A Spanish degree from UToledo prepares students for careers in almost any field. Potential employers for foreign language students include:
Some go on to graduate school and seek careers as:
Spanish Bachelor’s Degree Sample Classes
If you study abroad, program directors can help you find internships in the countries where you are placed. Undergraduates work in: