Degree: B.A.

Develop a multicultural perspective of our world through the lens of French by studying in Millersville University's English and World Languages Department.

Why Study This Program?

Studying French at Millersville University will not only lead you toward fluency in the language, but will also help you foster a multicultural perspective on our increasingly global society. MU's foreign language instructors are native or near-native speakers of the language who prepare students to use the language of their major at an advanced proficiency level, to communicate successfully in a multicultural environment and to demonstrate awareness of the historical and political realities of diverse countries, regions and ethnic groups. 

You can pursue a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Language and Culture Studies with an option in Language Studies, Culture Studies, or Teacher Education, specializing in French through the Language and Culture Studies department.

What Will You Learn?

No matter if you choose the Language Studies option, Culture Studies option, or Teacher Education option, you will study language, literature, linguistics and history through the lens of French. French education students additionally study within Millersville University's renowned education department to receive certification in secondary education. 

The Language and Culture Studies department requires students in the Language Studies option to diversify their knowledge by studying a second or third language. The department also encourages its students to study abroad for a summer, a semester or an academic year in a country where their language is spoken. MU has partner universities in France, Germany, Spain and Chile, but students can also participate in other programs.