The Department of MOdern and Classical Languages (MCL)
The Department of Modern and Classical Languages offers three minors to compliment your major. Eighteen hours are required to complete a minor in Spanish, French, or German. Pre-requisites for the minor are the entry level courses numbered 1001, 1002, 2001, and 2002.
If you have had one of these languages in high school the University requires that if you are within 5 years of graduation you must begin at 1002 or higher. A placement test will be given to determine at what level students should begin.
Natural and Heritage speakers of the language would be required to start at an advanced level after taking the appropriate placement test.
Distance learning students can take the lower division course numbered 1001-2002 online if they so choose. Students in the Spanish minor and Major are encouraged to take elective courses in the Spanish for Professionals certificate program, especially students whose primary major is in Law Enforcement, Healthcare, Business and Finance or the Social Sciences.
Checklists for the minors, and the minor declaration form can be found on the Checklist/ Forms page linked from the Main Menu.
If you have questions about the Minor or other questions, please contact us at: email@example.com, or call us at 229-333-5948.
The Department of Modern and Classical Languages has two programs for students who need flexibility in their busy schedules.
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
Spanish For Professionals