Studying a foreign language is an excellent educational choice
in today’s global society, whether you choose our nationally recognized program for Spanish teachers, our bachelor's degree in Spanish, the Spanish honors track, a minor (in German, French, or Spanish), one of our five certificates, or classes we offer in many other languages such as Korean, Chinese, and Japanese. Foreign language skills are highly marketable in many fields such as education, nursing, business, criminology, tourism, human services, and politics.
Spanish K-12, BSEd
Spanish/Honors Track, BA
Chinese Certificate and Classes
Japanese Certificate and Classes
Critical Languages: Languages offered can vary each semester and have recently included
The department is home to the renowned BSEd in Spanish
Education K-12 Program, nationally recognized on three consecutive review
cycles by its accrediting agencies, the Council for the Accreditation of
Educator Preparation (formerly the National Council for Accreditation of
Teacher Education, NCATE) and the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. Explore the many department-sponsored study abroad options available to you in Spain, France, Germany, Costa Rica, and Mexico.
Review the following page for Placement Testing and Credit Options.
Appalachian Professional Language Educators’ Society Hosts Fall Workshop
Medieval and Modern Pilgrimage Speaker Greenia on Campus Tuesday, November 6
Huhn Publishes Research on Post-Secondary Beginning Spanish Textbooks
Glisan Appointed to National Grant-Funded Advisory Board
Smith-Sherwood Presents “New Directions in Spanish-Language Learning” at Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference
Department of Foreign Languages Welcomes New and Continuing Majors, Hosts Programs and Activities Fair
Gomis-Izquierdo Publishes Article on 19th-Century Cuban Novel
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