Bachelor's degree in Spanish Language and Literature (UAB
The Bachelor's Degree in Spanish Language and Literature offers all-round training in Spanish and Hispanic-American language and literature. The course trains philologists capable of focusing on different areas, such as teaching, research, publishing, or the management of communication in Spanish, among others.
Students acquire a broad scientific and methodological base. Moreover, the highly practical nature of the degree familiarises students with the tools and routines that they will need in their work as philologists and allows lecturers to assess students' progress continuously.
The syllabus includes various tracks that lead to the corresponding specialisations within the degree: Spanish Language, Spanish and Hispanic-American Literature, Linguistics or Comparative Literature. Students can also opt to take a minor to focus on other academic fields.
The Faculty of Philosophy and Arts of the UAB has wide experience in teaching and research in Spanish Studies. This means that this degree's teaching staff includes the main specialists in the different branches of the Spanish language, and in all periods and genres of Spanish literature.
Good written and spoken expression, and the capacity for synthesis, reasoning and abstraction are recommended. Of equal importance is an interest in knowledge of the Spanish language and literature.
The main areas of employment for graduates are::
- Teaching in public or private centres of education (secondary, high school, university), in language academies and adult learning centres.
- Teaching Spanish as a foreign language.
- Teaching Spanish to immigrants.
- Publishing houses (production, proofreading, translation, dictionary production).
- Literary criticism and promotion, and technical consultancy in literary agencies.
- Research (institutes of language studies and linguistics, archives and libraries).
- Cultural management.
- The information society (writing and collaborating with the press, publishing of contents for Internet companies, etc).
- Language services.
- Language industries and new technologies.
Coordinator and coordination teamMaría Machuca
Teaching staff list
EvaluationECTS methodology consists of continued assessment of all academic work done by students.
TimetablesMornings and afternoons
Number of credits: 240
Duration: 4 years
Period of study: Course semesters
Part-time or full-time: Full-time dedication. Part-time option available.
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