Program Highlights

The Modern Languages curriculum offers two innovative tracks for majors:

  • An Education Track for those who seek adolescent education certification in languages other than English. As a Daemen Adolescence Education in Spanish or French major, you’ll be engaged in both language and education classes throughout your time at Daemen. Students initially concentrate on core language courses that provide them with a strong understanding of the fundamentals of Spanish or French through real-life assignments both in and out of class. Education classes prepare students to have the confidence and preparation for a career in education. Adolescence Education in French or Spanish Page
  • A Professional Track for those with interest in applying their language and cultural fluency to their career. Professional Track students participate in an internship Junior and/or Senior year – locally, during their study abroad experience, or during a semester with the Washington Internship Institute.

Coursework

Students use language skills in hands-on, real-life assignments both in and out of class. The department offers a variety of applied linguistics courses that will prepare students for graduate work and research, including language classes in Chinese, French, Italian, and Spanish.

+PLUS Pathways

Professional track students select one or more +PLUS options in Applied Behavior Analysis, Community Development, Community Health Promotion, Global Business, Health Policy, or Human Resource Administration or a minor in a variety of fields for which language abilities are a critical resource, including Global Studies, Entrepreneurship, Criminal Justice, Atlantic Studies, Paralegal Studies, and Sustainability.

About Our Program

Additional Information

Lucy Connery

Spanish & Health Promotion

I love my academic experience at Daemen. My classes are manageable, I know many of my professors and know they care about my well-being, and I still have time to have a job on campus and have free time. Read More

Modern Languages Community Health Global Business Human Resource Management Paralegal

 

For more information, contact Dr. Kevin Telford, Chair of the Modern Languages Department, at ktelford@daemen.edu.