Hispanic Studies Program Learning Outcomes
A student who graduates with a major in Hispanic Studies should be able to:
- Read, comprehend, and evaluate content with a difficulty level from simple conversational
text to technical, theoretical and literary passages.
- Compose written documents that express, explain, and analyze culture and literature.
- Understand aurally and respond orally to basic conversation, as well as more complex,
scholarly discussion situations in a variety of regional and social dialects.
- Describe and critique in written and verbal form cultural manifestations and social
institutions of the Hispanic World, as well as current issues related to belief systems,
politics, and social justice issues.