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Degrees offered: BA, minor
Intensive programs offered in French during the summer allow the
students who demonstrate, by examination, achievement at the
college level. Courses maybe waived, allowing substitution of
related electives, or credit maybe obtained by meeting the
university's requirements for credit by examination.
In order to receive full credit for courses in a language they
must be taken in the numerical sequence (115 through 235) as listed
below. A previous course cannot be repeated to improve a grade once
a higher course in the sequence is in progress or has been
completed. Click here to view course descriptions.
Congratulations to junior Olivia Smith on being awarded the prestigious Truman scholarship. The academic award, from the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation, is given to undergraduates who are preparing for careers in public service. Smith, a junior political science and Spanish double major and Sullivan Scholar, is the only Washington college student to receive the award in 2015. More here.
Alumni Profile: Jenny Chott HannibalConducting training in French for surgeons in Madagascar was not on her radar screen when Jenny Chott Hannibal '96 decided to major in French and Mathematics. Neither were women in Malawi, Madagascar, and Mauritania who can't afford the surgeries they need. Read the article here.
Three Interns, One Equal Heart: Spanish students and alumni Ella Youtsey, Sara Haugen, and Taylor Denton use their language skills, classroom learning, study-abroad and volunteer experiences to support families and communities of Tseltal Maya as interns at One Equal Heart. Read the article and watch the video here.