Languages and Culture Studies
Within the Languages and Culture Studies program you can pursue a B.A. degree in French,
Classics, Spanish, World Languages, or K-12 Teacher Certification in French or Spanish.
Minors in French, Greek, Latin, and Spanish are also available.
Language Placement Test
High School Dual Credit in World Languages
- Spanish, BA
- Spanish K-12 Teacher Certification
- French, BA
- French K-12 Teacher Certification
- Classics A, Greek and Latin
- Classics B, Latin and Romance Lang
- Classics C, Ancient Greek Lang & Culture
- Classics D, Latin Lang and Roman
- World Languages (Elem School Prep)
- Minor in Foreign Languages
For detailed curriculum information, please refer to the Academic Bulletin.
Top Five Reasons to Study Language and Culture Studies at Stockton
- Adapting to Change
To prepare yourself for a career in the globalized environment of the twenty-first century.
- Global Awareness
To succeed in a multicultural and increasingly multilingual world, interdisciplinary work, i.e., studying a foreign language, is more important than ever.
- Communication Skills
To improve and provide confidence in language and communication skills, including English vocabulary, grammar, and syntax, as well as writing and speaking.
- Global Awareness, Communication Skills
To have the opportunity to study abroad for a semester or in the summer and
communicate daily in another language.
- Critical Thinking
To study and translate a foreign language means to be able to engage in critical thinking and cross intellectual borders.
During their junior or senior year, students are encouraged to pursue study abroad
and internship opportunities, such as the Washington Internship program. Further information
can be found on the University’s Office of Global Engagement website.
Additional Links -Washington Internships Program
Our language lounge is open to all students taking language classes. The lounge provides
you with a quiet space for study, tutoring, and small group work.