Modern Languages at UTA

Department News

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    New Professor in Spanish

    New Professor in Spanish

    Welcome Dr. Gregorio-Cano to Spanish Translation Studies.

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    Ignacio Ruiz Pérez Wins Poetry Award

    Ignacio Ruiz Pérez Wins Poetry Award

    Ignacio Ruiz Pérez wins prestigious Poetry Award

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    Faculty Honored for Teaching

    Faculty Honored for Teaching

    Several faculty members received awards in teaching for 2015.

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Department of Modern Languages

In today's global economy, the ability to communicate in languages other than one's own has become an increasingly valuable asset sought after by employers across the public and private sectors. Our substantive programs prepare students for research, translation, linguistics, literary studies, teaching, and business.

The Department of Modern Languages (MODL) offers courses in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.

On the undergraduate level, The Department of Modern Languages has programs for a Bachelor of Arts in French or Spanish, as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Critical Languages and International Studies in Chinese, German, or Russian.

Students may earn a Certificate in Localization and Translation in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Korean, Portuguese, or Russian, or a Certificate in Translation Studies in Spanish.

Students may pursue a Minor in all languages offered by The Department of Modern Languages.

On the graduate level, students can earn a Master's in Modern Languages with concentration in French or Spanish.







Faculty Highlights
Christopher Conway

Christopher Conway

Department of Languages Department Chair, Associate Professor

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thelma cabrera

Thelma Cabrera

Department of Languages Undergraduate Advisor, Lecturer

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Amy Austin

Amy Austin


Department of Languages Graduate Advisor, Assistant Professor

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