The modern language programs offers minors in German, French and Spanish , and majors (B.A. degree) in German and Spanish. These majors are designed to provide students with appropriate linguistic skills, to develop a knowledge and sympathetic understanding of cultural differences, and to inform them of the civilization, culture, literature, and other social and artistic achievements of the respective countries. The programs are flexible enough to accommodate students seeking a degree in a modern language including a degree in International Business or International Economics, a double major, or simply a minor in a modern language.
In addition, the Modern Languages Program also offers a year of study in New Testament Greek, and two years in Mandarin Chinese.
Program and Course Information
- Modern Languages Section under the School of Arts and Letters in the University Catalog [PDF]
- Undergraduate Course Descriptions in the University Catalog [PDF]