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Students have the opportunity to participate in cultural activities on and off campus with the Foreign Language Student Association. Students can also earn Service Learning credit working in bilingual schools, after-school programs, or community organizations.
For students with interest in applying their language and cultural fluency to their career. Professional Track students participate in an internship Junior and/or Senior year – locally, during their study abroad experience, or during a semester with the Washington Internship Institute.
Study abroad options ensure linguistic and cultural fluency. Students can spend a year, semester, summer, January term, or spring break studying in Mexico, Spain, Argentina, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, China, France, Italy or Quebec.
The Modern Languages program focuses on language fluency and cultural understanding. Coursework offered in culture, literature, linguistics, and composition provides a level of real understanding of different cultures and situations.