Students can immerse themselves in the Spanish language while pursuing a degree or minor through Campbell’s interactive program. Native instructors from Mexico, Puerto Rico, Colombia and Argentina equip them with the translation and interpretation skills to go out and interact with the growing Spanish population.
Additional Language Education
- German, French, Portugese and Latin are offered to fulfill General College Curriculum (GCC) requirements.
- Greek is taught through the Christian Studies department.
Internships & Community Service
Internship opportunities through the nationwide Spanish magazine, “Abasto.”
Contact: Dr. Tiago Jones
Campbell University’s Study Abroad office collaborates with numerous organizations to provide summer, semester, and year-long study abroad opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students. Students can pursue international service learning and internships as well. Annually, Study Abroad sends seven to fifteen students to Instituto de Cultura y Lengua Costarricense (ICLC), a Spanish language school in Costa Rica, through independent study abroad programs and programs led by Campbell professors.
Many Spanish majors choose to take the opportunity to perfect their language and accent skills by studying abroad. With Study Abroad, students have the opportunity to travel the world and earn credit while doing so. It is one of the best ways to put your studies to practice and gain valuable international communications experience.Learn more about Study Abroad