The Department of English and Modern Languages offers currently offers three minors in language studies.
FREN 201 Intermediate French I
Electives in French above FREN 201 (12 hours)
A minor in Spanish can open the door to other cultures and help students become aware of and appreciate the diverse peoples who make up their world, an essential component of the liberally educated student. Those with a Spanish minor also come to understand their native language more fully, think more flexibly, listen more attentively, and use grammar more skillfully in English.
SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish I
SPAN 202 Intermediate Spanish II
Electives in Spanish above SPAN 202 (9 hours)
*Students with previous education/experience in French and Spanish may elect to test out of the elementary language courses through examination.
Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) Minor
ENG 275 Structure of English
ENG 410 Methods of Teaching Foreign Language
LING 150 Introduction to Language and Linguistics
LING 285 Introduction to Second Language Acquisition
LING 315 Sociolinguistics