School of Arts and Letters

Modern Languages

We believe that language exists as both a necessary precondition and an inevitable consequence of human self-awareness, and that this self-awareness accounts for our drive to understand, interact with, and shape the world. The Department is committed both to teaching practical skills (the structural specifics of French, German or Spanish) and to developing our students’ appreciation of the fundamental role that language and cultural diversity play in defining and refining our humanity. We offer Bachelor of Arts degrees, minors, and certificates in French, German, and Spanish, as well as a four-semester introductory course sequence in Japanese.  

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