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Coordinator: Dr. Jacob-Ivan Eidt - firstname.lastname@example.org
A language concentration is the perfect complement to any major, allowing students to pursue their interests in Spanish, French, German or Italian at the advanced level while completing a major in another field. It includes advanced work in one or more foreign languages, together with the theoretical consideration of language as a universal human activity. (Students majoring in one language may also concentrate in a second language.)
Students take a total of four courses (12 credits):
With permission of the coordinator a fourth language/literature course may be substituted for the theoretical course.
You declare your intention to concentrate by going to see the Language Concentration
Coordinator, Dr. Jacob-Ivan Eidt, in person in his office, Anselm 111. Going to see
the Coordinator can be useful for two other reasons as well: 1) He can (and in some
cases will) approve course substitutions; 2) he can answer some of your questions.
For questions about what language courses are best suited for you, the following persons will be glad to help you: José Espericueta [Spanish], Jason Lewallen [French], Jacob-Ivan Eidt [German] or Anthony Nussmeier [Italian]
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