Department of Foreign Languages

Welcome!

LogoThe Department of Foreign Languages at the University of North Alabama provides a major in Foreign Languages and Foreign Languages for Commerce, both offer concentrations in French, German, and Spanish. A minor is available. From 6 to 14 credit hours in the same foreign language are required in the general studies component of all Bachelor of Arts programs. The educational facilities of the Department of Foreign Languages are second to none. We have direct satellite feed into all classrooms offering the student educational programming from around the world. With our fully equipped languages laboratory, language students may use multimedia language computer software, Internet based resources, audio, and video to enhance their language skills.

Check the latest edition of GlobalTalk, the Foreign Languages newsletter, for the latest happenings in the department! 

Attention: New requirements for the Foreign Language Major

The following checksheets list the new requirements in the 2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog:

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Announcements:

  • Congratulations to Lauren Daley for representing the Department of Foreign Languages and winning the College of Arts and Sciences' Three Minute Thesis competition.  This exciting competition involved Lauren explaining her research to a wide audience in under three minutes.  She will now represent the College of Arts and Sciences in the university-wide competition against other colleges' winners.3mt
  • Foreign Languages Newsletter Fall 2012 - GlobalTalk 
  • Spanish Conversation Table - Come join the Spanish Conversation Table!!!  Starting January 15th, 2014 in Wesleyan Hall Room 304.  It will be held every Wednesday from 2:00-3:00.  Beginning Spanish speakers always welcome.  Hope to see you there.

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The Department of Foreign Languages congratulates French major Dakota MacNeill and French/Spanish major Dillon Green and Spanish/Secondary Education major Linda Massey as the Spring 2014 recipients of the Foreign Languages Endowed Scholarships.