Modern & Classical Language Studies (MCLS) is a comprehensive foreign language department providing a wide range of programs in foreign languages, literatures, and cultures, as well as translation of selected foreign languages into English.
Offerings include basic foreign language instruction, Bachelor of Arts degrees in foreign language, Bachelor of Science degrees in translation, and undergraduate minors, as well as Master of Arts degrees in foreign language, literature, and culture; pedagogy; and translation; and a Ph.D. degree in Translation Studies.
September 29, 2023 | Podcast: Sociocultural Theory with Becky Chism
September 28, 2023 | Fall 2023 Chinese & Japanese Culture Night
September 28, 2023 | Annual MCLS Bilingual Reading
October 13, 2023 | Setting Professional Goals while still in Graduate School
October 20, 2023 | CRITT Series with Dr. Baer
October 27, 2023 | Young Researchers Sympoosium
Student & Alumni Spotlight
Mallory Woods | Class of 2022
Minor(s): Economics & Italian Studies
Mallory is a MCLS alumnus pursuing her PhD in Education at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Click here to read her full Grad Series Interview.
Photo & Interview Credit: Adrienne Tsikewa, Graduate Programming Assistant at UC Santa Barbara
Dr. Maryann De Julio | Professor of French
Published: August 2022
Publisher: Manchester University Press
Modern and Classical Language Studies
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