Majors, Minors, Certificates, and Graduate Programs

Enhance your academic path and professional career with language and cultural skills. Research shows that demand for bilingual workers in the U.S. has doubled in recent years.

Courses may not be offered during every semester. To confirm course offerings for each semester, please use the Course Search.

Many opportunities are available for you to learn or enhance your language skills, broaden your cultural understanding, and deepen your knowledge of history. Explore your interests and passion.

Undergraduate Majors:

Individualized Majors:

Undergraduate Minors:

Undergraduate Certificates:

Graduate Programs:

What WLAC did for me?

Cheyenne Eversole“Growing up, I actually disliked classics, but when I took my first classics course in my Junior year I was hooked. Most ideas, literature, buildings, and technology advancements have a Roman or Greek beginning; therefore, I couldn’t deny how important they were to everything I am and will become. When I wasn’t sure I wanted to do archaeology, Dr. Thill suggested a field school called the Gabii Project with Michigan, so I decided to try it out. After now doing two dig seasons at Gabii, I truly feel I have found my niche in life.”

— Cheyenne Eversole, B.A. ‘17, majored in International Studies and minored in German and Classical Studies.

How to Enroll

To declare the minor, complete the School of Liberal Arts online declaration form.

More Info

Contact Rosa Tezanos-Pinto, Chair of Department of World Languages & Cultures.