You will be exposed to studies in your chosen language of specialty while exploring studies in other disciplines such as Anthropology, Communications, Geography, History and Philosophy. This creates a synthesis of interest that benefits you in your future academic or professional career.
Effective for Summer 2017 graduation, a minimum of 50% of the required program courses must be taken at Douglas College.
Four core courses (12.0 credits) in the same language.
Two MODL courses (6.0 credits) in a language other than the core courses.
One elective (3.0 credits) in a subject other than Modern Languages.
Three courses (9.0 credits) from the following:
ANTH 1100 Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology
ECON 1103 Globalization and the World Economy
IDST 1103 Introduction to Intercultural / International Studies
POLI 1103 Introduction to World Politics
Any HIST course
Any other MODL courses (up to 6.0 credits)
**Effective for Summer 2017 graduation, a minimum of 50% of the required program courses must be taken at Douglas College.
For general Douglas College admissions requirements, please see General Admission Requirements.