2023-2024 Catalog


World Languages Minor

Requirements (18-24 credits)

Electives - Any Combination of Courses from the Following (6 credits):

Additional courses in the language of emphasis (including 100 level**)

Courses in a different foreign language (at any level)

The following courses:

INT-220Intercultural Relationships


CDV-240Urban Anthropology


INT-315Christianity in Intercultural Contexts


INT-402Contemporary Global Issues


NUR-400Transcultural Nursing


NUR-400LTranscultural Nursing-Practicum


* Students can waive all or part of the 6-credit requirement by one of the following means:

  1. Demonstrating intermediate-level proficiency on the MLL-designated placement exam for the language of emphasis.
  2. Gaining approval of the language instructor designated by the division chair to assess proficiency in the language of emphasis.
  3. Gaining exam (e.g., AP exam or CLEP exam) or transfer credit at the intermediate level.

** Students cannot take language courses at a level lower than the one they placed into by placement exam or than those they received credit for from AP, CLEP, or transfer.

***Students can take CHI-365 up to 9 credits.

Language of Emphasis (9-15 credits)

-0-6 credits must be at the 200 level*


-9 credits must be at the 300-400 level



Linguistics (3 credits)

ENG-170Introduction to Language


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