The bachelor of arts degree in foreign languages and literatures - French major

For full curriculum and more information, please consult the Undergraduate Catalog. (PDF)

In addition to requiring successful completion of the liberal learning curriculum and the graduation requirements, the major in French requires successful completion, with no grades below C-, of :

Modern Languages Core:

  • Select one: MLAN 203, 205, 206 or 207
  • MLAN 308, 310 and 490W
  • Successful completion of the French exit exam

Major and Elective Studies:

  • Select two: FREN 301, 303W, 305
  • Select one: FREN 302, 304, 308 or 310
  • FREN 351 and 352
  • Select one (3 credits): FREN 313,353, 354, 358
  • Select 6 credits of FREN courses at the 300 level or higher that have not been used to satisfy one of the above categories

Students interested in pursuing a Master of Arts in Teaching in French or other graduate study are strongly advised to take an additional foreign language through the 202 level.

Teacher Preparation in French

Those students who wish to become licensed teachers should apply to the five-year Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program. Application to the program must be made in spring of the junior year and will require: 3.0 GPA, essay specifying the reason for applying to the program, passing scores on the PRAXIS I exam or SAT score of 1100 with at least 530 in critical reading and mathematics subtests; and two letters of recommendation. Students will earn a BA in foreign languages and literatures, French major after the first four years and then complete an additional year of studies leading to an MAT degree. Students majoring in French can prepare to teach elementary school, pre-kindergarten through grade six, all core subjects, or elementary through secondary school, grades pre-kindergarten through 12, in the content area of French.

The courses for the MAT are found in the graduate catalog.

The bachelor of arts degree in foreign languages and literatures - German major

For full curriculum and more information, please consult the Undergraduate Catalog. (PDF)

In addition to requiring successful completion of the liberal learning curriculum and the graduation requirements, the major in French requires successful completion, with no grades below C-, of :

Modern Languages Core:

  • Select one: MLAN 203, 205, 206 or 207
  • MLAN 308, 310 and 490W;
  • Successful completion of the German exit exam

Major and Elective Studies:

  • GERM 301, 303W, 311 and 312
  • Select one: GERM 302 or 308
  • Select one (3 credits): GERM 351, 352
  • Select two courses (6 credits) of GERM courses at the 300 level or higher that have not been used to satisfy one of the above categories.

Students interested in pursuing a Master of Arts in Teaching in German or other graduate study are strongly advised to take an additional foreign language through the 202 level.

Teacher Preparation in German

Those students who wish to become licensed teachers should apply to the five-year Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program. Application to the program must be made in spring of the junior year and will require: 3.0 GPA, essay specifying the reason for applying to the program, passing scores on the PRAXIS I exam or SAT score of 1100 with at least 530 in critical reading and mathematics subtests; and two letters of recommendation. Students will earn a BA in foreign languages and literatures, German major after the first four years and then complete an additional year of studies leading to an MAT degree. Students majoring in German can prepare to teach elementary school, pre-kindergarten through grade six, all core subjects, or elementary through secondary school, grades pre-kindergarten through 12, in the content area of German. 

The courses for the MAT are found in the graduate catalog.

The bachelor of arts degree in foreign languages and literatures - Spanish major

For full curriculum and more information, please consult the Undergraduate Catalog. (PDF)

In addition to requiring successful completion of the liberal learning curriculum and the graduation requirements, the major in French requires successful completion, with no grades below C-, of :

Modern Languages Core:

  • Select one: MLAN 203, 205, 206 or 207
  • MLAN 308, 310 and 490W
  • Successful completion of the Spanish exit exam

Major and Elective Studies:

  • Select two: SPAN 301, 303W, 314, 315 or 321
  • Select one: SPAN 302, 304 or 308
  • Select two: SPAN 351, 352, 353 354
  • Select one (3 credits): SPAN 361, 362, 363 or 463W
  • Select 6 credits of SPAN courses at the 300 level or higher that have not been used to satisfy one of the above categories.

Students interested in pursuing a Master of Arts in Teaching in Spanish or other graduate study are strongly advised to take an additional foreign language through the 202 level.

Teacher Preparation in Spanish

Those students who wish to become licensed teachers should apply to the five-year Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program. Application to the program must be made in spring of the junior year and will require: 3.0 GPA, essay specifying the reason for applying to the program, passing scores on the PRAXIS I exam or SAT score of 1100 with at least 530 in critical reading and mathematics subtests; and two letters of recommendation. Students will earn a BA in foreign languages and literatures, Spanish major after the first four years and then complete an additional year of studies leading to an MAT degree. Students majoring in Spanish can prepare to teach elementary school, pre-kindergarten through grade six, all core subjects, or elementary through secondary school, grades pre-kindergarten through 12, in the content area of Spanish. 

The courses for the MAT are found in the graduate catalog.

The bachelor of arts degree in foreign languages and literatures - classical studies major

For full curriculum and more information, please consult the Undergraduate Catalog. (PDF)

In addition to requiring successful completion of the liberal learning curriculum and the graduation requirements, the major in classical studies requires successful completion, with no grades below C-, of :

  • CLST 101, 211 and 212
  • One LATN or GREK course at the 200-level or above
  • Seven additional courses (21 credits) selected from the following list, at least four of which must be at the 300-level or above: Any CLST, GREK or LATN course; COMM 249; ENGL 321; GOVT 340, 357; HIST 220, 301, 302, 312, 415; PHIL 201
  • CLST 490(W)

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