The Department of Modern Languages seeks to provide students with the skills needed to speak, read, write and comprehend at least one modern language. Graduates develop an appreciation of cultural diversity by understanding the relationship between a language and its respective culture. The Modern Language curriculum equips students with the skills to conduct research and use computer applications in a different language. The program provides a solid foundation for those who wish to pursue a career or graduate studies in a modern language.
Students can choose between six unique experiences to further their knowledge of other languages and cultures. Learn more.
Events and Student Organizations
Students are invited to join organizations and prestigious honor societies that promote the study of languages and cultures. The Department sponsors many events throughout the academic year. Learn more.
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“I’m happy at how closely our relationship resembles the graduate relationship that I just left,” Wallace Fuentes says. “I expect that Katie will have ideas that’ll floor me and I look forward to that.”
"Our mission is to give our students the opportunity and the challenge to live multilingually. Proficiency in another language affords privileged access to cultures and communities, providing insights and understanding that is so needed in today's world."
Dr. Charlene Kalinoski