Modern Languages at UTA

Undergraduate Programs


Bachelor of Arts in Critical Languages and International Studies in Chinese, German, or Russian

Course Requirements

  • GLOBAL 2301 - Introduction to International Studies
  • CHIN, GERM, or RUSS
    • 1441 - Beginning Chinese, German, or Russian I
    • 1442 - Beginning Chinese, German, or Russian II
    • 2313 - Intermediate Chinese, German, or Russian I
    • 2314 - Intermediate Chinese, German, or Russian II
  • Four 3000 or 4000 level courses in Chinese, German, or Russian
  • Four 3000 or 4000 level courses in International Studies, chosen from one of the following themes:
    1. International Issues (Business, Ethics, and Sustainability)
    2. Arts and Humanities (Art, History, Literature, and Music)
    3. Social and Cultural Studies (Anthropology, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology)

For a complete listing of relevant courses in these three categories, click here.

For more information, contact the Modern Languages Advisor, Thelma Cabrera, modladvisor@uta.edu, or Dr. Lonny Harrison, lonnyharrison@uta.edu


Minor in a Critical Language


Certificate in Localization & Translation

In this five-course certificate program students develop specialized skills in translation and study the processes of localization for future employment in the language services industry.

  • ARAB, CHIN, GERM, KORE, PORT, or RUSS 3310
    • or
  • ARAB, CHIN, GERM, KORE, PORT, or RUSS 4334
  • ARAB, CHIN, GERM, KORE, PORT, or RUSS 3311
  • ARAB, CHIN, GERM, KORE, PORT, or RUSS 3345
  • Select two additional 3000 or 4000 level courses in the same language