The Department of World Languages (WLE) offers a Bachelor of Arts Degree in World Languages and Cultures with the following Concentrations:
Classics (& Interdisciplinary Classical Civilizations)
French (& French/Business and International Studies)
Spanish (& Spanish/Business and International Studies)
There will also be three new future concentrations:
All students will take two common courses: the entry-level course LIN 3003 “Language Matters” and the capstone course FOT 4515 “Understanding World Cultures” (writing-intensive capstone course). Both courses are part of the WLE Global Pathway.
Students can choose one individual concentration or combine two different concentrations.
For information and advising on a Concentration in Interdisciplinary Classical Civilizations please click here.
For information and advising on a Bachelor of Arts in World Languages and Cultures please contact the Undergraduate Advisor of World Languages, Yury Riascos.
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