The first thing that came into my mind when I saw your question was a graduate degree in international business. This may or may not be of interest to you, after reading the rest of your question.
Look at your states requirements for teaching. You should not need a graduate degree for teaching a foreign language. Where I live all you do is go back to school for a certificate in teaching. You could always do grad school and find something concentrating on South America, Mexico, or Central America and that would utilize both your international studies and spanish. Right now I am a college senior and I am looking into grad schools to study international studies with a focus in South America and Eastern Europe, but I've done a lot of research on teaching programs because that is another option I might take.
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