Why Modern Languages and Cultures?
The major can be easily combined with many disciplines offered at AUBG, such as Business Administration, Journalism and Mass Communication, European Studies, Political Science and International Relations, Information Systems, Economics, History, or Fine Arts. Students are also encouraged to complete a study abroad experience.
Why Liberal Arts?
Liberal Arts is not reserved for art students only. At AUBG, for example, we have a variety of majors and minors spanning from Business Administration to Computer Science, and we make sure that you get a solid understanding and in-depth knowledge in the field you choose to study. What differentiates Liberal Arts from other types of degrees, however, is that in addition to that, it gives you the freedom to explore, create, practice your skills and connect to others.
Introduction to Language and Culture Studies
Introduction to French Language and Culture I
Intermediate French: Perspectives on French and Francophone Cultures
Introduction to German Language and Culture I
Intermediate German: Perspectives on German-speaking Cultures
Topics in German Language, Literature, and Film
Introduction to Spanish Language and Culture I
Intermediate Spanish: Perspectives on Spanish-speaking Cultures
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A Modern Languages and Cultures major at AUBG will prepare you for a successful career in a variety of fields. Here are just some of them:
- International non-governmental organizations
- Multinational business
- Political risk analyst
- International aid worker