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In response to the latest COVID-19 surge, spring semester classes will take place remotely through at least January 30, 2022.

Do you love learning about other cultures? The bachelor of arts in world languages and cultures helps students develop the skills they need to communicate effectively, while also cultivating critical thinking skills, a comparative perspective on global issues, and the ability to work with diverse groups of people in a multilingual setting. Students who major in world languages and cultures choose a concentration in one of three languages: French, Italian, or Spanish. Each concentration is comprised of 12 courses in language, literature and/or culture. All majors complete an experiential learning course (internship, community service, or travel-study project), as well as a senior seminar where students design a research project on a topic of their choosing.

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Why Study World Languages?

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