Lancaster’s four-year combined Spanish Studies and Mathematics degree is delivered jointly by our Department of European Languages and Cultures and our Department of Mathematics and Statistics which is ranked ninth by The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide, 2016. Your degree scheme also includes a year in a Spanish-speaking country undertaking work experience or studying.
In Spanish Studies, you’ll focus firmly on developing high levels of proficiency in the language, complemented by courses in contemporary Spanish history and institutions, and Spanish and Mexican culture. The Mathematics element provides specialist knowledge, intellectual stimulation and training in logical thinking.
You’ll begin your degree with courses including Spanish Studies (Intensive for Beginners or Advanced) and Calculus. In your second year, you’ll study subjects such as Power and Resistance in Spain and Spanish America: From the Spanish Empire to the 21st Century and Spanish Language: Oral Skills. You’ll also be able to choose from a selection of Mathematics modules.
In your third year you’ll complete the Residence Abroad: Intercultural and Academic Reflection module before finishing your degree with modules including Spanish Language: Written Skills.