Hispanic studies in College of william and mary
Our approach to Hispanic Studies transcends the traditional course of Spanish studies that are limited to only literature and language. Our faculty believe that it is through the study of diverse forms of cultural production (film, art, popular culture, journalism) that students become fluent and learn about significant political and historical events, complex sociocultural issues, and community engagement. All Hispanic Studies concentrators complete a mentored field research experience in Hispanic culture that is linked to the curriculum. This practicum may be tied to servicelearning, study abroad, an internship, and is always scholarly in nature.
The Secondary School Report form High school transcript Personal StatementCounselor letter of recommendationThe Midyear School Report form
Sales And Marketing, International Relations, Business Management, Bilingual Educator, Speech Pathologist, Publishing Specialist, Political Analyst, Foreign News Correspondent, Customs/Immigration Officer, Translator, Law Enforcement, Research Analyst, Import/Export Specialist, University Administrator, Tourism And Travel, Libraries, Government Administrator, Bilingual Tax Assessor, Medical Interpreter, Museum Or Art Gallery Director, Refugee/Immigrant Assistance