The foreign language area of emphasis provides the essential language background for the advanced study of foreign languages; for the mastery of the competencies in listening, reading and writing the language; and for a more rapid acquisition of other foreign languages. The student is encouraged to speak in a foreign language.
The demand for foreign languages both in the community and the business environment is growing rapidly. Combining a foreign language with another field can expand opportunities in nursing, teaching, computer science, sociology, banking, counseling, law, hotel management and many others.
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