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The Department of World Languages and Cultures has as its goals helping students to:
The department offers instruction in French, German and Spanish language, literature and culture; Russian and Latin.
French Major Spanish Major
African American/African Studies Minor Ethnic Studies Minor French Minor Gender and Women's Studies Minor Spanish Minor
About the Language Requirement Careers Opportunities and Organizations The Language Lab Faculty DirectoryOnline Course Bulletin and course requirements Double majors are common and encouraged. They may be two modern languages or one modern language and a major in another department. Students may take advantage of a variety of study abroad opportunities, which include the Capital-liaison arrangements with Central College, Alma College, the American Institute of Foreign Study, and the College Consortium for International Studies.The double major or minor is especially recommended for those students who would like to combine the study of a modern language with a major in another discipline in order to better prepare themselves for a variety of careers including international business, international relations, government, law and social work.Placement based on CAPE written and oral placement exams enables students to progress in their program as rapidly as proficiency permits. All members of the department have lived, studied, and traveled extensively abroad.
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