World Languages and Cultures
Students choosing to major or double-major in world languages and cultures must choose a concentration in one of three languages: French, Italian, or Spanish. Each concentration in comprised of 12 courses in language, literature and/or culture, with interdisciplinary course options in the liberal arts concentration. All majors complete an experiential learning course (internship, community service placement, or travel-study project), as well as a senior seminar where students undertake a major research project on a topic of their choosing. The bachelor of arts in world languages and cultures (WLC) gives students the skills they need to communicate effectively in their chosen language, while also providing the cultural knowledge and analytical skills needed to be able to work in a multilingual setting.