All of the following track sheets are in PDF format unless otherwise noted.
- B.A. in Foreign Languages: French Track
- B.A. in Foreign Languages: French Track with P-12 Teacher Certification
- B.A. in Foreign Languages: Spanish Track
- B.A. in Foreign Languages: Spanish Track with P-12 Teacher Certification
- Minors in French, German, and Spanish
Portfolios should be submitted to the portfolio advisor by the following deadlines:
- April 1 for Spring Semester
- November 1 for Fall Semester
Foreign Language majors must produce a satisfactory portfolio consisting of the following materials:
- Portfolio Guidelines
- Portfolio Checklist
- Portfolio Self Reflection (fillable pdf) (Word)
- Portfolio Final Self Reflection (fillable pdf) (Word)
- Portfolio Self Assessment (Word)
- Portfolio Labeling Instructions
- Portfolio Standards for Foreign Language Learning
Foreign Language for Communication:
Courses in foreign languages and literatures meet the general studies needs of all students and develop communication skills and appreciation for international literatures and cultures. In addition to the United States, ASU's foreign language faculty have lived and studied in Europe, Africa, Canada, Mexico, and South America. Students are introduced to many cultures and points of view through literature, film, journalism, and the Internet.
Drama students produce French and Spanish plays. Faculty and students publish essays and poetry in Foreign Language Notes. A state-of-the-art language laboratory is an important part of the facilities in Allgood Hall. Students and faculty benefit alike from small upper-division classes, which create a sense of close community and warm congeniality.
The Spanish and French majors are designed to prepare students for graduate school and teaching, as well as, to supplement a variety of careers including civil service, communications, business, social services, and the medical profession.
Click here to see current course rotations for Spanish, French, and German.
- Elementary and intermediate courses: French, German, and Spanish.
- Advanced courses (3000 or 4000 level) in French, German, and Spanish (a foreign language at the 2002 level or equivalent is a pre-requisite for all advanced courses).
- MINOR in French, German, or Spanish: Four courses at the advanced level.
- MAJOR in French or Spanish Education: 10 courses at the advanced level, with a minor in Education. Additional educational and cultural programs are offered periodically through the Cullum Series (for academic credit) and the Lyceum Series.
- The English and Foreign Languages Department offers International Scholarships to ASU students majoring or minoring in a foreign language. Requirements include sophomore status or higher and must use the monies to study abroad in a University System of Georgia program, offered in a country where French, German, or Spanish is spoken. Additional paperwork is required - see the secretary in main office.
Application Deadline Varies