Department of Foreign Languages at Georgia Southern
is comprised of twenty-four faculty in
French, German, Japanese, Latin, and Spanish.
scholarship has a high profile, with many articles,
books, and conference presentations every year. Publications
have appeared in journals such as Hispania, The
Afro-Hispanic Review, The French Literature Series,
and Foreign Language Annals. Faculty are regular
presenters at ACTFL, SCOLT, FLAG, and other professional
We offer both the Bachelor
or Arts (B.A.) degree (major) as well as a minor in French,
German, and Spanish. Also available for students studying
these three languages are a Bachelor of Science in Education
(B.S.Ed.) and a Master of Education (M.Ed.), which are
both offered in conjunction with the College of Education.
The Department of Foreign Languages is proud to announce
the new M.A. in Spanish, beginning in 2005. In addition
to French, German, and Spanish, Latin classes are offered
Foreign language proficiency
is stressed. Classes are kept small in order to enable
greater student participation and to provide constant
reinforcement of language skills in listening, speaking,
reading, and writing. As much as possible, all classes
are taught in the foreign language, beginning with the
first course. Most importantly, the vast majority of
all classes (including the beginning level) are taught
by professors to insure a high quality of instruction
If you wish to make a
donation to the Department to support its activities,
contact the Georgia Southern University Foundation (478-5163).
The appropriate account number is 0152. The Department
of Foreign Languages appreciates your consideration.