Foreign Languages Minors

Marymount offers minors in French and Spanish. Foreign language courses in French, German, and Spanish are also offered as electives. The introductory-level courses satisfy the Global Perspective component of the University Requirements.

The minors in French and Spanish offer students the opportunity to combine Marymount’s intermediate and advanced language courses with a study abroad program. Through a language minor, students will develop their language skills and fluency while being immersed in culture and civilization. The Center for Global Education guides students to choose the study abroad program that best fits their interests. (Please see Graduation Honors on page 40 of the Marymount University Catalog for information about study abroad credits and Graduation Honors.)

French Minor (Requirements effective Fall 2017)

The French minor requires a total of eighteen credits.

  • Three to twelve credits from the following courses:
    • FR 201 Intermediate French I,
    • FR 202 Intermediate French II,
    • FR 303 Contemporary French Civilization,
    • FR 305 Topics in French Literature
  • Six to fifteen credits in intermediate or advanced French courses from approved study abroad immersion program

Spanish Minor (Requirements effective Fall 2017)

The Spanish minor requires a total of eighteen credits.

  • Three to twelve credits from the following courses:
    • SP 201 Intermediate Spanish I,
    • SP 202 Intermediate Spanish II,
    • SP 301 Communicating in Spanish,
    • SP 303 Spanish Civilization and Culture,
    • SP 305 Topics in Spanish and Latin American Literature
  • Six to fifteen credits in intermediate or advanced Spanish courses from approved study abroad immersion program