Gallaudet’s World Languages and Cultures program delivers global marketability to its graduates by exposing them to world cultures through a variety of avenues. Students gain valuable proficiency in other languages by immersing themselves in study abroad or internship opportunities.

Areas of Study


B.A. in International Studies

A Bachelor of Arts in the International Studies program enables students to explore interconnections among history, economics, politics, culture, society and language with a global perspective. Through the completion of...

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B.A. in Interdisciplinary Spanish

A Bachelors of Arts in Interdisciplinary Spanish consists of: 15 credits of core foundational Spanish courses, including a capstone course, in addition to 24-25 credits from an interdisciplinary core of...

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Minor in Spanish

A minimum of fifteen hours from courses numbered 200 and beyond in the Spanish field of study. One general elective course (outside the 15 required credits in the Spanish field)...

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Study and Intern Abroad

Gallaudet’s World Languages and Cultures program provides opportunities for study abroad and international internships: Guam Guatemala (2 years of Spanish, minimum) Quito, Ecuador (2 years of Spanish, minimum) LSE Summer Courses in Spain (2 years of Spanish, minimum) Xalapa in Veracruz, Mexico (2 years of...


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Pilar Pinar


Roberto Herrera

Associate Professor

Amanda Holzrichter

Associate Professor

Gregoire Youbara


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