Modern Language Studies
Please note: Information on this page relates to the 2014 academic year unless otherwise specified.
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This subject is taught by the School of Languages and Cultures.
Foreign language competence, an awareness of cultures and an understanding of the structure of language itself is a compelling combination of skills that will make you attractive to many employers.
Modern Language Studies at Victoria combines study of a modern language with courses in Linguistics to provide a comprehensive language package. You can study Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Māori, Samoan or Spanish—whichever inspires you the most. Through Victoria's supportive and well-designed courses, you will soon be speaking and writing the language you want.
A Bachelor of Arts (BA) with a major in Modern Language Studies is the doorway into new and fascinating cultures, and provides an entrée to a variety of interesting careers.
BA major requirements
- Either CHIN 101, 102, or FREN 101, 102, or GERM 103, 104, or ITAL 114, 115, or JAPA 111, 112, or MAOR 111, 112, or SAMO 101, 102, or SPAN 111, 112
- Either CHIN 211, 212, or FREN 201, 202, or GERM 217, 218, or ITAL 215, 216, or JAPA 204, 205, or MAOR 211, 221, or SAMO 201, 202, or SPAN 215, 216
- Either CHIN 311, 312 or FREN 301, 302, or GERM 315, 316, or 320, 321, or ITAL 315, 316, or JAPA 304, 305, or MAOR 311, 321, or SAMO 301, 302, or SPAN 315, 316
- 40 points from LING 200-399
Note: students completing this major will be required to complete at least 40 points of 300-level language or Linguistics courses.
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Modern Language Studies courses are taught within the School of Languages and Cultures.
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