The series of courses in this 18 credit hour minor help students hone Spanish communication skills and cultural knowledge that will help them serve the needs of the U.S. Latino community in professional settings (i.e., criminology, education, health care, journalism, social work). The combination of professionally focused courses and practical experience in this minor enhances students' professional preparation for employment in positions that require advanced proficiency in Spanish and an in-depth understanding of U.S. Latino culture.
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