Information session for the new BA and minors in world languages and cultures
NEW PROGRAMS FOR FALL 2013!
Come join us for an information session for the new bachelor of arts and minors in world languages and cultures.
Monday, March 4, 11 am - 12 pm, Sullivan Building 119
Do you want to travel and to learn about other cultures? Are you interested in languages? Do you want to increase your chances of getting a job in the future?
Come find out about the new world languages and cultures programs!
Did you know...?
- By 2050, the United States will be the largest Spanish-speaking country in the world
- Chinese is currently, and will remain in 2050, the world’s most spoken language
- By 2050, the 10 largest economies in the world will be: China, the United States, India, Brazil, Russia, Japan, Mexico, Indonesia, the United Kingdom, and France, in that order
- Languages are ranked in the “Top 20 high security majors with the best earning potential” as languages are linked to jobs projected to have the highest percentage increase in the number of people employed through 2016 (Laurence Shatkin, 50 Best College Majors for a Secure Future, JIST, 2010)
ALL WELCOME! FREE FOOD! GREAT PRIZE GIVE-AWAYS! BRING YOUR FRIENDS!
For more information contact Dr. Elizabeth Blood, chair, foreign languages.