This certificate prepares students to communicate in intercultural and global professional contexts while making use of their world language skills and cultural knowledge. Students who successfully complete this certificate will be able to:
- use their language skills in a professional environment.
- navigate diverse cultural situations.
- better understand the world and their place in it both locally and globally.
Contact Dr. Erin Collopy for more information.
Required courses for the certificate are:
- 2302 of any language (SPAN 2607 or SPAN 2304 can be substituted). Students who place higher or test out of fourth semester language can substitute a 3000 or 4000-level language course taught in the target language.
- Two 3000- or 4000-level courses offered in CMLL or approved by the certificate faculty
advisor from two of the following categories:
- One course with a Language for Specific Purposes (LSP) focus.
- A service-learning course
- An approved study abroad course
- An internship with a global/professional focus for a minimum of three credits
Required or elective courses
For a list of courses with catalog links, please click here.
Classical & Modern Languages & Literatures
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