Modern Languages - General
The major in Modern Languages provides varied options for students who are interested in languages, not only from the viewpoint of a possible marketable skill but also as a means of communication with people who speak a language which is different from their own.
A student may combine the Modern Language concentration with other supporting studies, thus tailoring an undergraduate program to meet individual career objectives.
The Modern Language major consists of 36-45 credits above the 100 level (with at least 15 credits at the 300 level or above) and includes a combination of two languages from the list below:
- Spanish and Latin American
Students earn 24 credits in one language and 12 credits in the other. They may also elect a program with 18 credits in each language.