The World Languages emphasis is recommended for students pursuing intermediate fluency in a world language to facilitate communication in professional settings or to begin the first two years of a language or literature major and transfer to a university.

Program Learning Outcomes

For University Studies Degree Learning Outcomes, see page 22.

Choose 10-18 units from the courses listed below
  • ASL 1 American Sign Language (4)
  • ASL 2 American Sign Language 2 (4)
  • ASL 3 American Sign Language 3 (4)
  • ASL 4 American Sign Language (4)
  • CHIN 1 Mandarin Chinese 1 (5)
  • FREN 1 French 1 (5)
  • FREN 2 French 2 (5)
  • FREN 3 French 3 (3)
  • FREN 4 French 4 (3)
  • GERM 1 Elementary German (5)
  • GERM 2 Elementary German (5)
  • JAPN 1 Japanese 1 (5)
  • JAPN 2 Japanese 2 (5)
  • JAPN 3 Japanese 3 (5)
  • JAPN 4 Japanese 4 (5)
  • SPAN 1 Spanish 1 (5)
  • SPAN 2 Spanish 2 (5)
  • SPAN 3 Spanish 3 (4)
  • SPAN 4 Spanish 4 (4)
Select the remaining 0 – 8 units from
  • Any course not used above
  • ASL 1L American Sign Language 1 Skill-Building Lab (1)
  • ASL 2L American Sign Language 2 Skill-Building Lab (1)
  • ASL 80 Deaf Challenges (3)
  • ASL 81 Educational World of the Deaf (3)
  • ENGL 10A World Literature (to 1650) (3)
  • ENGL 10B World Literature (after 1650) (3)
  • ENGL 24 Multicultural Perspectives in American Literature (3)
  • ENGL 25 Linguistics (3)
  • HIST 35 History of Mexican Americans (3)
  • JAPN 19 Japanese Conversation 1 (2)
  • JAPN 20 Japanese Conversation 2 (2)
  • SPAN 19 Spanish and Latin American Civilization (3)

For reference only as of 2019/2020

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