High rankings for ASU’s online Spanish bachelor’s program

February 11, 2019 · 1 min read · By ASU Online

With more than 500 million native speakers in 21 countries, Spanish is the second most spoken language in the world and generally considered one of the most beneficial second languages for native speakers of American English to learn. Students interested in studying the language online are positioned for success with the School of International Letters and Cultures’ Bachelor of Arts program, offered through ASU Online.


via ASU News

As the world’s second most popular language, Spanish opens its speakers up to a range of opportunity that can inspire diverse career paths. At Arizona State University, students can explore these opportunities through the online Spanish Bachelor of Arts – deemed one of the nation’s best online Spanish programs in 2014 by onlinecollege.org.

The distinction is due to important features that help make the online Spanish program  increasingly popular with a growing number of students. High marks were awarded in numerous categories from student engagement to tech support. Key benefits of ASU Online like career help, an award-winning faculty, convenient access to courses, and other essential areas of support also contributed to the program’s prestige.

ASU’s School of International Letters and Cultures faculty worked tirelessly to establish the online Spanish program. It’s composed of courses that teach the Spanish language and culture in 7.5-week periods. To facilitate the oral exercises necessary to the program’s success, webcams and virtual conferences with faculty are conducted.

It’s a less common subject for an online program, but its potential has proved to be exceptional for earnest learners seeking a more convenient way to earn a bachelor’s in Spanish. To learn more from students and faculty involved in the online Spanish Bachelor of Arts, read the full article here.


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