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Global Languages and Literatures

A Language Degree from BSU Enhances Global Understanding

No matter your career aspirations, speaking multiple languages makes you an asset in the global marketplace. Bridgewater State University’s Department of Global Languages and Literatures offers undergraduate language degrees that provide advanced Spanish, intermediate proficiency in multiple other languages and intercultural competency any employer would value.

BSU’s established language degree program boasts several concentrations, from our nationally recognized Spanish Secondary Education concentration to a BA in Spanish Early Childhood Education. You can also gain proficiency in Arabic, Portuguese, Cape Verdean Language, Chinese, French, Italian, Japanese, Latin and Swahili.

BSU’s Language Degrees Are Fluent in Success

Ideally located near Boston, where Spanish-language immersion opportunities abound, Bridgewater affords language degree students unique opportunities, such as:

  • Learning from native speakers. All faculty teaching in our global languages and literatures programs hold PhDs and actively research and publish in literature, linguistics and culture. Our multicultural professors include experts in Latin American literature and culture, Spanish and Portuguese linguistics and Japanese studies.
  • Studying abroad. Choose from dozens of study abroad experiences. We offer multiple scholarships to our language degree students, ranging from $500 to $2,500.
  • Deepening your studies. Join faculty and students to discuss in-depth language degree topics in our Humanities Lounge.
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