Upon completion of a degree in Spanish, students should be able to:
- Comprehend and produce a broad range of communicative structures, showing sufficient control and understanding of complex critical and analytical statements in Spanish.
- Demonstrate a critical thinking ability required to recognize and address complex textual analysis using appropriate tools.
- Recognize and understand literary, linguistic, and cultural texts and apply digital tools across different texts and contexts.
- Demonstrate a foundational knowledge of Hispanic linguistics, literatures and cultures by locating, evaluating and contextualizing valid and reliable information.
- Engage the world with empathy and with understanding of the diversity of human experience across Hispanic cultures.