A major in Spanish or French requires 33 semester hours beyond 100-level classes.
Students who concentrate in one foreign language are urged to begin studying a second foreign language. A double major in French and Spanish may be pursued by taking 30 credits in one language and 24 in the other, excluding 100-level courses.
Students seeking K-12 certification in education must take 30 semester hours in the major language beyond 100-level classes.
A minor in Spanish or French is a valuable addition to any professional track. For just 18 credits beyond elementary 100-level classes, you can gain a competitive edge in the workplace. Foreign language skills will distinguish you from other job candidates and increase your earning potential.
Marywood University's criminal justice, social work, dietetics, nursing, and education programs, among others, can be enhanced by a minor designed with professional needs in mind. Many courses, like Spanish for the Health Professional (207, 208) and Spanish for the Social and Public Service Professional (201, 202), are specifically designed to make students more marketable and better able to serve diverse communities.
Foreign Languages Department | 215 Liberal Arts Center | 570-340-6038
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