Language Study at CSULA
The two languages currently most strongly represented at CSULA are Spanish and French, with 11 faculty members specializing in Spanish literature and linguistics, and 2 faculty members specializing in French language and literature. In addition, there are full-time professors specializing in Chinese linguistics and applied Japansese linguistics. Classes are also periodically offered in Arabic, German, Hebrew, Italian, Korean, Latin, Portuguese, and Russian. To keep abreast of language offerings at CSULA, consult the Schedule of Classes or the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures.
If you would like to study a language that is not currently being offered at CSULA, a good resource is the CSLA/UCLA Cooperative Program in Foreign Languages. Through this program, eligible CSLA students may take courses at UCLA in languages other than English not offered at CSLA. Following is information regarding this program:
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: You must be a full-time student in good standing at CSLA, and have a sound reason (acadmic or professional) for taking the UCLA course.
NB: UCLA Extension courses may NOT be taken through this program.
For more information, contact either of the following individuals:
Dr. H. Villareal, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures CSLA, King Hall D1054 (323) 343-4230
Dr. Carlos M. Haro, Assistant Dean, International Studes & Oversees Programs, UCLA, 11349 Bunche Hall (310) 825-3902.