With growing U.S. involvement in international markets and the increasingly global
character of American society, a foreign language makes you more marketable and increases
your opportunities for employment.
What You'll Do
- Interact with qualified faculty in a small class environment.
- Gain hands-on experience through internships, practica and field work
- Be prepared for graduate studies and entry-level positions in the import/export industry,
business and government.
- Have access to study-abroad programs.
What You'll Study
- AN101 Observing Other Cultures
- AN181 Intro to Cultural Anthropology
- PS104 Comparative Political Systems
- Choose French, German, or Spanish
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