MCLS Advising | Kent State University

Undergraduate Advising in Modern and Classical Language Studies

Declared majors and minors: Your assigned MCLS faculty advisor is listed in the top section of your GPS degree audit. If you do not see a faculty advisor listed there, please contact the Undergraduate Coordinator, Dr. Jessie Carduner (jcardune@kent.edu). You must meet with your faculty advisor every semester to review your progress in the program. Special approvals for registration in MCLS classes will be arranged through your faculty advisor.

Prospective majors and minors: 

MCLS offers the following undergraduate programs:

Bachelor of Arts: American Sign Language ♦ Classics ♦ French Literature, Culture and Translation ♦ German Literature, Culture and Translation ♦ Russian Literature, Culture and Translation ♦ Spanish Literature, Culture and Translation

To see program descriptions and requirements for the BA programs, visit the Undergraduate Catalog (2016-17 or previous years).

Bachelor of Science: Translation (2016-17 or previous years).

Minors: American Sign Language ♦ Arabic ♦ Business French ♦ Business German ♦ Business Russian ♦ Business Spanish ♦ Chinese ♦ Classics ♦ French ♦ German ♦ German Studies ♦ Greek ♦ Italian ♦ Italian Studies ♦ Japanese ♦ Latin ♦ Russian ♦ Russian Studies ♦ Spanish

To see program descriptions and requirements for the minors, visit the Undergraduate Catalog (2016-17 or previous years).

 

To speak with a faculty member about one of these programs, contact Dr. Jessie Carduner (jcardune@kent.edu).