Nov 26, 2022  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Department of World Languages and Cultures

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John Boitano, Ph.D., Chair

Professors: Tschacher, Valenzuela;
Associate Professors: Boitano, Hodge, Loustau, Pacchioni;
Instructional Associate Professor: Olivier;
Instructional Assistant Professors: Fuentes, Hirsch, MacVicar, Paduano, Valle, Wood, Yoshida;
Instructors: Chao, Goodman, Sweet, Teboul.

The Department of World Languages and Cultures offers the study of modern and classical languages such as American Sign Language, Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Classical Greek, Italian, Japanese, Latin and Spanish. The program is designed to increase students’ linguistic and practical skills and broaden their awareness of the culture they are studying. All courses in the major or minor must be taken for a letter grade.

Semester Abroad Program with The American Institute For Foreign Studies (AIFS) in Cannes, France
AIFS-Cannes, France, offers a vast array of beginning, intermediate and advanced French language courses as well as general education courses taught in French and/or English in art history, organizational leadership, history/sociology and French cinema. Chapman University oversees AIFS-Cannes and is responsible for the transcription of all grades. A unique internship program at the International Cannes Film Festival is offered each spring. Students may study with AIFS-Cannes during the fall, spring and summer sessions. The department regularly offers an internship travel seminar to France. Course descriptions may be found under the Chapman Courses Abroad  section of the catalog. Contact the Center for Global Education for more details at (714) 997-6829.


    Bachelor of ArtsMinor


      American Sign LanguageArabicChineseForeign LanguageFrenchGermanGreekPage: 1 | 2 | 3

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