Students choosing the Modern Languages Degree will be combining two (or more) languages in conjunction with courses in linguistics and comparative literature. This allows students to gain a broader understanding of different cultures, the literature of their chosen area and the structure and functioning of languages through linguistics. The focus primarily revolves around language learning; however some students also discover an entirely new interest in literature or linguistics.
Primary Language course options:
Students in Modern Languages may not earn a Minor in the same language chosen as the Primary Language.
Some language courses are taught by faculty in the corresponding department of St. Thomas More College. These courses or sections are designated as STM section in the online Course Offerings.
Frequency of Course Offerings
Not all courses listed in the Course & Program Catalogue are offered every year. Careful planning in consultation with the Department will eliminate problems.
The major average in Modern Language programs includes the grades earned in:
- All courses listed in the Major Requirement A4.
Residency Requirements in the Major
To receive a degree in Modern Languages, students must complete at least two-thirds of the following coursework (to the nearest highest multiple of 3 credit units) from the University of Saskatchewan.
- Minimum requirements in Major Requirement A4.
See Residency for additional details.
St. Thomas More College
Some language courses are taught by faculty in the corresponding department of St. Thomas More College. These courses or sections are designated as STM sections in the online Course Offerings.
- Bachelor of Arts Four-year (B.A. Four-year) - Modern Languages
- Bachelor of Arts Three-year (B.A. Three-year) - Modern Languages