Aug 07, 2020  
2006-2008 Undergraduate Catalog 
2006-2008 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Modern Languages and Cultures

104 Carruth-Rizza Hall
Modern Languages and Cultures Department Website

Eva Tsuquiashi-Daddesio

Karen Hogg


Ana Maria Caula, Deb Cohen, Thomas Daddesio, Gisela Gonzalez-Deter, Charles Tichy, Melinda Ristvey, Eva Tsuquiashi-Daddesio

“I can honestly say that without such a caring and hardworking department, I would not be where I am today.  Living and working in France having the time of my life.  The department provided me with many experiences, both on campus and off, that I will never forget.”  Katie L. Snedecker, BA French 2004

“I feel very knowledgeable and competent as a future teacher thanks to the wonderful guidance and instruction that I received from my foreign language professors and the educational department.  I am proud that I will be able to take my SRU education and use it to make a difference in the future.”  Regina Jeanette, BSED Spanish 2005

“Thanks to the amazing MLC staff, I learned how to speak two other languages and I’m now using both of them working and studying abroad!” Vincent Celender, BA French 2005

The study of modern languages will develop your linguistic skills, prepare you to better understand the culture or cultures associated with them and generally broaden your horizons.  The greater intellectual curiosity that you will acquire and the ability to express yourself in another language will prepare you for the challenges of the global age we live in.

As a student of modern languages, you should look forward to a world of career options, some of which include business, government, journalism, education, interpreting or translating.  You are strongly encouraged to discuss your career goals with your advisor or the department chairperson.  Interested students are welcome to participate in the French Club, the German Club, the Japan Club, the Korean Club, the Russian Club, or the Spanish club. 

Students of modern languages may look forward to careers in business, government, journalism, education, interpreting, or translating. Students are encouraged to discuss their career goals with the departmental chairperson, and/or advisor. Interested students are welcome to participate in the Russian Club, the Spanish Club, the French Club, or the German Club.

Students with previous language experience must take an appropriate modern language placement test to determine course eligibility. Students  who wish to receive academic credit for previous experience must take the appropriate CLEP examination administered by the university. The CLEP examination must be taken before enrollment in foreign language courses and for freshmen within the first few weeks of the semester.

Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Russian, and Spanish 101, 102, and 103 satisfy the liberal arts language requirement for the Bachelor of Arts degree in any discipline as well as the liberal arts goal and enrichment requirements in the global community area.  




French Fact Sheet
Spanish Fact Sheet
Modern Language Viewbook