B.A., Foreign Languages

Concentrations: Two Languages, Single Language (French, German, Russian, Spanish)

Minimum Requirements for Degree: 120 credits

Students must earn a C- grade or better in each course.

General University Requirements
Complete the general university requirements.
General Education Requirements
Complete the general education requirements.
B.A. Degree and Program Requirements
Complete the B.A. degree requirements.
Complete the baccalaureate capstone requirement as determined by the program. 1
Concentrations
Select one from the following concentrations:30-33
Two languages
French, German, Russian or Spanish
Total Credits30-33
1

The baccalaureate capstone requirement for foreign languages may be fulfilled by FREN F431, SPAN F431, JPN F475, RUSS F488, GER F431 or GER F432.

Note: In addition to a first and second language, students should complete a well-defined minor related to their career goals. When choosing a minor it is highly recommended that students see an advisor as early as possible.

Note: Recommended background courses: LING F101X and LING F216X.

Note: F100-level language courses (which are preparatory to, but not part of the foreign language degree) may be counted toward fulfillment of general education requirements.

Concentrations

Two Languages

F200 level or above in the first language: French, German, Japanese, Russian or Spanish. 118
F200 level or above in the second language: French, German, Japanese, Russian or Spanish.15
Total Credits33
1

These must include two F400-level courses in the target language taken in residence at UAF.

French, German, Russian or Spanish

Target language at the F200 level or above 130
Total Credits30
1

These may include target language courses and/or courses taken in the target language on an approved study abroad program and up to 6 credits of advisor-approved electives from education or linguistics, but must include two F400-level courses in the target language taken in residence at UAF. 

Japanese

See requirements under Japanese Studies major.