World Languages and Cultures Office
Language & Literature Building room 102
Learning a foreign language can give you a competitive edge in the global market, expand your career horizons, and improve your intercultural communication skills. Check out these other advantages to speaking more than one language.
Foreign language degrees are also one of the highest earning humanities degrees. Click here to see what you could make after graduating with your foreign language degree!
Our department offers majors in French, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish and minors in American Sign Language, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish.
Partnered with the Office of International Studies and Programs, our department offers opportunities to study abroad!
Click here to sign up for more information.
To complete a major or minor, students will need to complete the second year of the desired language along with grammar and culture classes. The requirements change within each language, with minors beginning at 27 credits and majors beginning at 45 credits.
For information on language placement testing, click here.
Tentative offerings and course plans can be found under Student Resources.
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