You’ll find a diverse curriculum that includes courses in the Spanish language and in Latin American, Spanish and U.S. Latino literature and culture. During the Academic Year In Spain, which is in Madrid, you will be totally immersed in Spanish life and language. That’s an experience no classroom can duplicate.
When Jeremiah Lowe ’15 toured Hamilton, the fall foliage was blazing, the science center was new and the curriculum was open – and he learned about a study program in Madrid in which he could live with a family and speak nothing but Spanish. Lowe had found his college. He is now a Hispanic studies major and biology minor who plans to go to med school.More >>
Hamilton College degree in hand, Sarah Krieger ’11 went straight from the Hill to Columbia Law School. She now works for the federal Department of Justice as attorney advisor in its Executive Office for Immigration Review, Office of the Chief Immigration Judge, a law clerk to eight judges in the Arlington Immigration Court and Headquarters Immigration Court. She was first drawn to immigrant law when she wrote her senior theses on Arizona’s SB-1070 bill, a controversial immigration law. “I was a double major in government and Hispanic studies, so immigration law is a natural interest for me that combined my two majors,” Krieger says. “After writing my senior thesis, I knew I wanted to pursue immigration law. I intended to work in the advocacy field, but a law professor I had pushed me to apply for this job, and I'm so happy I did that.”More >>
Hamilton graduates who concentrated in Hispanic studies are pursuing careers in a variety of fields, including: