The World Languages and Cultures option develops students’ appreciation for other cultures and other ways of living and thinking, and prepares students to live and work in an increasingly interdependent world. In addition to language courses, students are encouraged to take regional/cultural studies courses and participate in a study abroad program. It prepares students to transfer to a four year school to pursue a Bachelor of Arts degree in a variety of areas including Area Studies, Languages and Literature, Translation and Interpretation, International Relations, Public Policy, Political Science, Social Sciences, Social Work, Education, and Linguistics.
WEATHER UPDATE: Due to the tropical storm, all in-person summer classes taking place today at the Paramus main campus are cancelled. All remote classes will take place as scheduled; remote services remain available as well.
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