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BREADCRUMB

World Languages

The study of a foreign language opens the world to the individual by providing the means and opportunity for personal expression and communication with others. The cultural component, both historical and current, sets the appropriate context under which the language, beliefs, and customs of diverse societies can be studied, understood, and appreciated.

23-24 World Languages
Academic Program Guide

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Gordon James
Division Chair
 
Mark Dahl
Assistant Division Chair


Jane Steger
Administrative Assistant