Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures

Undergraduate Programs

FLL students standing together and smiling at the camera
FLL students promote linguistic diversity in community, 2018.

Graduates from the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures have cited their foreign language studies and skills as the foundation for pursuing graduate studies or obtaining positions in communications, government, health professions, law, business, primary and secondary education, non-profit organizations, or academe. The Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures offers Bachelor of Arts degrees in French, French-International Trade, German, German-International Trade, Spanish, and Spanish-International Trade.

All students with previous language experience in French, German, or Spanish who wish to advance their studies in the same language must take the Foreign Language Placement Test prior to Camp War Eagle, Successfully Orienting Students, or enrollment in a foreign language course in these three areas. 

  • Study Abroad is recommended for majors in Foreign Languages and Literatures.
  • Students must earn a C and maintain a 2.5 GPA in all major courses in order to graduate.

Scholarship information can be found here. 

Majors 

The Department of Foreign Language and Literatures offers six majors toward the bachelor of arts (BA) degree:

• French
• French International Trade
• German
• German International Trade
• Spanish
• Spanish International Trade

Minors

We also offer nine minor options, open to students in any degree program at the University:

Asian Studies
Classics
French
German
German Linguistics
Global Cultures
Italian Studies
Spanish
Spanish Linguistics

For More Information

For more information on Foreign Language and Literatures undergraduate majors and minors, including course requirements, please visit the Auburn Bulletin or contact us directly below. 

 

Last Updated: November 11, 2019