The Department of Modern Languages

Why study Modern Languages?

Students of Modern Languages are preparing to live and work in a global community that extends far beyond the boundaries of the English-speaking world.

Graduates of Modern Languages are working in areas such as education, speech pathology, travel, government, technology, translation/interpretation, industry and business. Small class sizes and a collegial atmosphere ensure close interaction with peers and professors in courses on language, linguistics, literature, cinema, culture and civilization. Opportunities abound for study and travel in such places as Quebec, France, Spain, Ecuador, Argentina, Chile, Mexico and Japan.
 
What we teach: French, Spanish, Japanese and Linguistics
Majors: BA/BEd. French, French-Spanish,
Minors (6 courses): French, Spanish, Japanese, Linguistics

Modern Languages Group