Foreign Languages and Literatures
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If you are interested in a people-oriented career, you may wish to consider a profession in foreign languages. The demand for foreign language teachers as well as for people in international careers with a knowledge of foreign languages and cultures has increased substantially over the last decade. The Spanish Major at Rowan University provides students with many career options. Students may choose to have a Coordinate Major in Spanish in order to teach at the elementary school level. Those wishing to teach at the secondary school level and major in Spanish have the option of completing a secondary certification program. Students who complete any of the language programs offered by the Department may also choose to work in international business, trade and finance, human and social services, law enforcement or travel and tourism.