About the World Language Minors
In our global society, a knowledge of other languages, cultures and traditions is increasingly important, and this understanding is sought by employers across our nation and around the world. Our world language minor programs offer the opportunity for students to make themselves more marketable in our global society and will prepare them for careers in a variety of fields.
World language graduates have found success working in organizations including the Paper of Thomas Jefferson, Management Science Associates and Conrad Hilton Foundation and World Vision.
The minor programs in World Languages are administered by the Department of World Languages and Cultures, which also offers major programs in Spanish, French, German and Japanese, and a minor in Chinese.