Help other people and society
Malone's mission is to prepare students to serve their churches, communities, and the world. The ability to equip professionals to serve Spanish speaking populations practically expresses the heart of Malone's mission.
The Spanish for Service and the Professions minor emphasizes workplace readiness rather than traditional liberal arts. It is an excellent choice to accompany majors in business, criminal and restorative justice, education, ministry, nursing, social work, etc. To enter the program, students must demonstrate successful completion of Third Level High School Spanish or equivalency through testing. If you don’t have this level of competency, we can advise you on options to take beginning Spanish through programs that Malone partners with.
Why study Spanish at Malone?
- You’ll have practical experience to speak Spanish in internships related to your career and service goals. These internships can be local or through study abroad.
- After graduation, you’ll be prepared to communicate in Spanish in roles related to your chosen major.
- Pair the program with coursework from your major to enhance the work you will be doing in other disciplines.
- Consider pairing a Spanish for Service and the Professions Minor with a Global and International Studies minor or double major to enhance your skills to serve in international settings.
- Advanced Conversation will prepare you for professional communication in Spanish.
- 120 Hour Spanish Practicum in the community
What jobs will I be prepared for?
After completing the Spanish minor, you be better equipped to serve diverse people in your chosen career setting, such as Social Work, Nursing, Business, Teaching, or Criminal and Restorative Justice.
You will receive credit for an internship within Malone's Spanish for Service and the Professionals minor. This 120 hour internship will help prepare you for Speaking Spanish in your chosen career field.