Select courses to meet your interests and goals through option A, B, or C.
This option is open to any student, but is recommended for those who plan to continue to the Master of Arts in Teaching.
With the help of an advisor, you will choose two courses from each of the following:
Plus two elective courses in liberal arts and EDU-402. Six of these 12 courses must be at the 300/400 level.
Small classes, lectures and seminars provide a climate for individualized learning while study abroad opportunities offer a global perspective.
Examples of internship and employment opportunities include:
Through the School Sisters of Notre Dame and partnerships with universities around the world, language students can choose to study, intern, work, teach, or complete service projects abroad in short-term or semester-long programs.