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The Certificate in Languages is not a substitute for a minor, and students can pursue a language minor in addition to the certificate.
The certificate is different from a minor in two critical elements: It requires that courses be taken in language study or in classes in which the subject is taught exclusively in the target language, and it requires that the student meet a high grade requirement.
All St. Mary’s students may pursue a Certificate in Languages.
The certificate signals on the transcript that a student has completed two courses at least in the third year of language study and achieved the grade point average required for the certificate.
Students take two courses in the 3000, 4000, or 5000 level offered in the target language.
See the catalog for course listings and descriptions:
Thelma Acevedo Adjunct Professor of Spanish
Timothy Barnett, Ph.D. Adjunct Professor of Spanish
Eva Bueno, Ph.D. Professor of Portuguese and Spanish
Mark Lokensgard, Ph.D. Chair of the Department of Languages
Stefania Malacrida Adjunct Professor of German
Juan Carlos Moreno, Ph.D. Adjunct Professor of Spanish
Meghann Peace, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Spanish
Elvia Quijano Adjunct Professor of Spanish