What gets left of a man amounts
to a part. To his spoken part. To a part of speech.
The degree program in Languages, Linguistics, and Literatures offers a flexible and applied degree that is designed to train the next generation of language and literature specialists, as well as provide a solid generalist degree to prepare students in a variety of professions including translators, museum work, library, non-government organization, and government positions. It also provides excellent training for future graduate study. Students completing a degree in World Languages and Literature may choose to specialize in one particular area or language, including Anglophone, Spanish, French, and others.
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