The Dual Language track consists of two years of study of two languages. Here the required total of 33 credits reflects the sum of six credits earned at the intermediate level of the second language and 18 credit hours of study in language, literature, and culture at the 3000 level or above and, finally, the nine-credit critical concentration. Students select a principal language of specialization and combine it with any of the other languages taught in the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures. Course selections for the 18 credits of advanced electives study will reflect the literature and culture of either language of specialization (see below).

ADVANCED ELECTIVES FOR THE MAJOR 18 credits of advanced language and culture study with at least 6 credits at the 4000 level:

Specific course offerings in this section will depend on the language(s) selected, but these courses should be selected from the advanced elective offerings (3000/4000 level courses) associated with either language of specialization. Selections should include at least two courses at the 4000 level. Students should consult with the undergraduate coordinator to develop the best course of study.

Learn more about the FLL – Dual Languages Specialization.

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