If I'm fluent in Spanish, should I bother majoring or minoring in it?
So here's the deal: I'm a psychology major with a minor and marketing and thought perhaps a double major in Spanish would give me more of an edge. Thing is, the reason I would be doing this is to have actual proof of "Hey, I can speak and write Spanish."
I grew up speaking and writing in Spanish and don't really need it for the purposes of learning the language itself, but it would simply be serving as an "official" purpose of showing I have knowledge of the language and can speak it professionally.
However, when I apply for jobs, if I were just to say "I'm fluent in Spanish" is that enough?
(Should I maybe get some kind of online degree or certificate for it?)