Undergraduate Catalog 2013-14
Marymount offers minors in French and Spanish. Foreign language courses in French, German, and Spanish are also offered as electives. The introductory-level courses also satisfy the Global Perspective component of the University Requirements. (See Global Perspectives section under University Requirements on page 42.)
The study of foreign language is both an excellent means for understanding other people and cultures and a valuable asset for a growing number of careers in business, industry, and government service.
Marymount students wishing to continue language study or to study additional languages may do so through Marymount’s membership in The Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area. Information on scheduling and registering for courses offered by consortium member universities is available from the Marymount Registrar’s Office. See Students Enrolling at Consortium Institutions section on page 29 for further information concerning Washington consortium guidelines.
This minor offers students the opportunity to combine Marymount's upper-division French coursework along with a semester abroad, studying in the target language. Through this minor, students will be able to develop their French language skills and fluency while being immersed in French culture and civilization. The Center for Global Education maintains a list of approved French language programs from which students can choose the program that best fits their interests. The minor requires a total of 21 credits above the intermediate level.
FR 303 Contemporary French Civilization
FR 305 Topics in French Literature
15 additional credits in French courses from approved study abroad program
This minor offers students the opportunity to combine Marymount's upper-division Spanish coursework with a semester abroad, studying in the target language. Through this minor, students will be able to develop their Spanish language skills and fluency while being immersed in the Hispanic culture of a Spanish speaking country. The Center for Global Education maintains a list of approved Spanish language programs throughout Spain and Latin America. Students can choose a program that best fits their interest.
SP 301 Communicating in Spanish
SP 303 Spanish Culture and Civilization
15 additional credits in Spanish courses from approved study abroad program