Knowledge of another language develops your sensitivity to, and your understanding of other peoples and their cultures. On a more practical level, it also enhances your career options. Whether you enter social services, work for the U. S. government, global industry or become a literary scholar or artist, foreign language skills will advance you in your profession and create new options for you.
To communicate effectively in a foreign language, you must study beyond the beginning level. Instruction at the beginning level and/or beyond is offered in French, German, Spanish, and Latin. Moreover, there are trips and exchanges available for students of all four languages offered.
Please contact the department coordinator, Joan Campbell for any questions. Click here to email