About the Program
In today’s globally connected world, employers seek professionals who have the international perspective, knowledge and skills to work effectively across borders, cultures and languages. Between the years of 2010 and 2015, the number of American employers reporting that they depend upon a bilingual workforce more than doubled – learning to communicate in another language will help prepare you to meet this fast-growing demand. Whether you want to work in the U.S. or abroad, learning a language makes you more competitive in the job market, regardless of your career path.
Through the study of language and culture, you will develop your critical thinking and decision-making skills, intercultural understanding, and global awareness. Language students as SCC will find exciting opportunities to connect with native speakers, join language clubs, participate in cultural events on campus and in the community, and to study abroad in Spain.