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The future is global

International Languages and Cultures prepares students to succeed in an increasingly multicultural and globally-connected world.

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Graduate with Global Experience

Studying abroad opens opportunities back at home for ILC majors.

We provide future professionals with the global knowledge to expand their horizons.

Explore languages and cultures with dedicated and supportive faculty. Study abroad in Costa Rica, Austria, or France. Participate in international film festivals, cultural celebrations, and dynamic research projects. Emerge a globally-engaged citizen with meaningful and future-forward career opportunities.

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Land Your Dream Job

Through our rigorous curriculum and experiential learning opportunities, we prepare our graduates to meet the global challenges of tomorrow. Pursue careers in a wide variety of fields, including:

  • Government
  • Education and Research
  • International Business, Translation, and Interpretation
  • Non-profits, Aid Organizations, Social Work
  • Law
  • Travel and Hospitality Industry

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Place Out – Take the Language Placement Exam


  • Earn core credit for several courses in one semester
  • Save time and money
  • Make quick progress toward a language minor

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Mary Finlay

Alumni Spotlight

After graduation, Spanish major Mary Finlay '22 was off to Madrid. She was accepted to the Council on International Education Exchange (CIEE) program to teach English to Spanish students. CIEE requires TEFL certification, which Mary earned while pursuing her degree and teaching English to Spanish-speaking students at Carrollton Junior High. Upon her return to the United States, Mary plans to continue a teaching career.

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Ayana King

"Being a student in International Languages and Cultures was life changing. Learning about French films, literature, and history made me a better communicator, and allowed me to step outside of my comfort zone and expand my view of the world. Through my love of the French language, I obtained my Master of Public Health degree in Global Health. I hope to become a global health leader in French speaking countries to reduce health disparities in maternal and child health."

– Ayana King '18, Public Health Analyst, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention