Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
The Bachelor of Arts in World Languages and Cultures offers students a solid foundation in language and linguistic skills as well as knowledge of diverse cultures. Students may choose one concentration or may combine two concentrations (36 credit hours; 6 credit hours major core and 15 credit hours per concentration, business concentrations are excluded). Upon completion of the program, students will be able to interact and participate in a global environment.
All students will take two common courses: the entry-level course LIN 3003 “Language Matters” and FOT 4131 "Understanding World Cultures"
Students can choose one individual concentration or combine two different concentrations.
- Applied Linguistics
- Chinese Language and Culture
- Classics (& Interdisciplinary Classical Civilizations)
- East Asian Languages and Cultures