B.A. in Romance Languages
Romance Language majors may fulfill part of their requirements in a university international program such as "Glories of France" (Montpellier) or the UNO Summer School in Costa Rica (San Ramón). Some internships are available and may be used to earn academic credits by working in the community and using the language of choice, e.g., with the Consulate of France, The Franco-American Chamber of Commerce, the Red-Cross.
The department runs a state-of-the-art Foreign Language Lab and offers routinely courses on-line. Three of the faculty members in Spanish have authored the first digital interactive textbook created in the USA for basic language acquisition in Spanish.
Our graduates work in careers in teaching, public relations, advertising, tourism, translation (including for the State Department). The best of them continue their studies for our graduate degree of Master of Arts in Romance Languages.
Student Learning Outcomes
College of Liberal Arts,
Education and Human Development
Bachelor of Arts in Romance Languages
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- FRENCH/SPANISH Students will develop proficiency in written expression and reading comprehension.
- FRENCH/SPANISH Students will develop proficiency in verbal expression and listening skills.
- FRENCH/SPANISH Students will acquire broad knowledge of French- Francophone/Spanish - Hispanophone cultures and civilizations.
- FRENCH/SPANISH The students shall demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of French/Spanish language literature and the ability to communicate them orally and in writing.