Pre/Post-baccalaureate Certificates in Spanish
Mount Mary University offers pre-baccalaureate and post-baccalaureate certificates in Spanish.
Pre-baccalaureate Certificate for Native and Heritage Speakers
A pre-baccalaureate certificate in Spanish for Native and Heritage speakers is available to anyone—including current undergraduate students or non-degree seeking students. This certificate requires a minimum of 18 credits. Required courses cover topics such as Hispanic literature and civilization, and the Hispanic American experience. A bachelor’s degree is not required to pursue this certificate, but you must meet all of the undergraduate admission requirements of the university. This is not a formal bachelor’s degree program, but is a certificate for an area of specialization that can be combined with a formal degree. Consult the Undergraduate Bulletin for more details on requirements and courses for this certificate.
There are three different post-baccalaureate certificate options for women who already hold a bachelor’s degree and who want to study Spanish:
Take the Next Step
To learn more about the Spanish pre- and post-baccalaureate certificate programs, contact the Admission Office.
- For post-baccalaureate certificates, you can apply online using the Undergraduate Post-baccalaureate Certificate/Second Degree Application.
- To pursue a pre-baccalaureate certificate only, you can apply online using the Undergraduate Special Student Application.
- If you plan to pursue a bachelor’s in addition to this certificate, apply online using the Undergraduate Freshman or Transfer Application.
- If you are a current student, contact your faculty adviser or the academic advising office with questions.
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