Languages & Programs
Arabic is the 5th most spoken language in the world; one of the six official languages of the United Nations; the official language of 24 countries, spoken by over 400 million people.
American Sign Language
UofL’s American Sign Language Interpreting Studies (ASLIS) program provides students the training needed to function as qualified interpreters.
Learning Chinese with the engaging faculty of CML enhances students’ appreciation of cultural diversity and adds a lot of fun to their experience of foreign language learning at UofL.
Classics (Latin & Greek)
The Classical languages minor gives students the opportunity of combining both Greek and Latin classes in a programmatic way, along with other non-language courses focusing on the ancient Classical world.
Learn French to connect with millions of people in the world in business, research, high tech, travel, gastronomy, fashion, literature, and cinema.
German offers you new possibilities to expand your horizons, study or intern abroad, and enhance your marketability to employers.
The Japanese minor introduces students to the foundations of the Japanese language, the globalization of Japanese culture, and the historical relationship between Japan and the rest of the world.
Learning Spanish provides many opportunities: from business, research, technology, travel, sports, gastronomy, film, literature, art and much more.