Major programs are available in Arabic Studies, Chinese Studies,
French, German, Italian, Japanese Studies and Spanish. Major programs consist of advanced courses at the 200 and 300 levels. The major does not include elementary (101-103) and intermediate (104-106, 114-115, 124-126) courses, which students must complete if their prior linguistic training is insufficient to take advanced courses. Minor programs are available for all languages.
All students are strongly encouraged to participate in DePaul's study abroad programs in China, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Spain and other locations. Consult the Study Abroad
office for current offerings.
Our Advising FAQs webpage and study abroad/degree progress video can help students better understand how to apply study abroad credit to degree requirements. Our Language Resource pages include information about students who major/minor in a language, what students can do with a language program, employment opportunities for language major/minor students and financial support for language studies.