So Many Options
One of the many advantages of attending a small school is the flexibility and personal involvement of the professors. The Department of Foreign Languages at Thomas More College is an excellent example of dedication to the individual student. Here, you can study Spanish, French, German, Japanese or Latin. If you choose to complete a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish or an Associate of Arts in Spanish or French, you will work on improving your conversational skills, you will develop your reading, listening and writing skills, and you will start exploring different Cultures and Literatures.
Chart Your Course
The following courses are required to earn an Associate of Arts degree in Spanish.
- Spanish I & II
- Spanish Conversation
- Advanced Spanish
- Spanish Composition
- Reading for Cultural Understanding
- Introduction to Literature
The following courses are required to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish.
All of the above plus four from among the following:
- Spanish and Latin American Cinema
- Business Spanish
- Survey of Hispanic-American Literature
- Analysis of Selected Iberian Masterpieces
- Spanish for the Health Care Professionals
- Issues in Spanish Translation (senior seminar)
- Community Experience
- Proficiency testing
The following courses are required to earn a Associate of Arts degree in French.
- French I & II
- Advanced Conversation and Composition
- Survey of French Civilization
- French Films
- French business
- Survey of French & Francophone literature
Thomas More College offers diverse opportunities for students to study abroad in countries around the world, including Costa Rica, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Guatemala, Nicaragua, and Spain for the Spanish program; and Paris, Angers, and Caen for the French program. Making these quality educational experiences available is a priority at Thomas More. There are many fund-raising and scholarship opportunities to help students in their quest to see the world and meet new people. Be sure to inquire about the Brown Grants for study abroad.
For more information, contact:
Maria C. Garriga, Ph.D.
Department of Foreign Languages
Thomas More College