Majors & Minors

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    Arabic (minor only)

    The demand for Arabic speakers has grown greatly since the U.S. State Department named it a "critical language." Minoring in Arabic and becoming proficient in this language can open many doors for careers in government, law and education.

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    More than 250 million people around the world speak French. It is known as a language of diplomacy and commerce. As a French major, you will become fluent in reading, writing and speaking the language, while also learning about French culture...

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    Italian (minor only)

    Although Italian is the official language in only five countries, it has a broad cultural reach throughout the world. From Renaissance art to classical music and opera, a minor in Italian will broaden your horizons, especially in the liberal arts.

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    Japanese (minor only)

    As the world's third largest economy, Japan is a powerhouse in global affairs and international business. Minoring in Japanese provides both language skills and cultural knowledge.

  5. Spanish teacher in class.


    Spanish is the most common language in the U.S. after English, and it's the official language in more than 20 countries worldwide. Majoring in Spanish allows you to develop practical language and critical thinking skills that are applicable to any...