Modern Languages Majors

General Information

The Department of Modern Languages offers majors in the following areas:

A maximum of 20 courses from the Department of Modern Languages may be counted toward any of these majors (see Part 4, Section 3.c, Exceeding Course Limits, p. 75). Requirements for each of these majors are outlined in the respective section.

It is recommended that as part of the requirements for the major students should participate for one semester in a Visiting Student program approved by the Department.

With the approval of the Department Chair, students who have completed a minimum of two courses at the 2000 level in French with a minimum grade of ‘C-’ in each may take advantage of the Department’s French Visiting Student program. For details, see the French Off-Campus Studies Coordinator in the Department of Modern Languages.

With the approval of the Department Chair, students who have completed a minimum of two courses at the 2000 level in Spanish with a minimum grade of ‘C-’ in each may take advantage of the Department’s Spanish Visiting Student Program. For details, see the Spanish Off-Campus Studies Coordinator in the Department of Modern Languages.

For information on the Combined BA/BEd Degree in Modern Languages (majors and minors), see the Part 13 in the Calendar which outlines the program requirements for Combined Degrees.

For information on the Combined BA/BMgt Degree in Modern Languages, see the Part 13 in the Calendar which outlines the program requirements for Combined Degrees.

Students considering Graduate Studies should seek advice from the relevant Language Section Advisor in Modern Languages.