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Dive into a new language.

Learning another language has many benefits that are both practical and life-enhancing.

Speaking another language certainly helps world travelers, but more than that, language skills can make you a more competitive job-seeker.

The study of world languages expands one’s perspective on human experience and is key to understanding art, literature, music and culture. Many students also pursue learning a language to get in touch with their own cultural heritage.

Credit courses

Check out our course schedule to see what is offered.

Non-credit courses

Interested in learning a language for personal enrichment? We also offer non-credit courses through our School of Continuing Education.

Contact us.

Rachele Lawton

Department Chair, ESOL and World Languages

Soumaya Benrahal

Associate Professor, World Languages

Frank Masel

Department Coordinator

Lauren Hetrovicz

Assistant Professor, World Languages

Sandra Mulryan

Associate Professor, World Languages