There's more than one way to look at the world. Modern Languages majors at St. Mike's often are adventuresome souls with broad interests in literature, history, cuisine, film, cultural customs and the structure of language. As a Spanish major you'll become conversant in the second most widely spoken language in the world (nearly half a billion native speakers). Beyond that practical and marketable skill, immersing yourself in Hispanic culture will give you the valuable insights of a dual perspective on life and the world.

Geography helps us with that. We're a short drive from the vibrant, cosmopolitan city of Montreal. That means you'll gain fluency not only from your classes, which emphasize conversation, proper grammar, literature and culture, but also from visiting the theaters, museums and Latin Quarter of a multilingual international urban center. You'll also socialize with our significant cohort of international students and study abroad in Spain or Latin America. You might host a Spanish-themed campus radio show or participate in one of our periodic Spanish Masses at the college chapel. First you'll take a language placement exam to put you at the right starting-point. Then you either can explore Spanish for the first time or deepen an existing familiarity with Spanish-speaking culture. Film, literature, music, food and customs of the Spanish-speaking world all are in the mix for students in this major.