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French and Spanish

A minor in French or Spanish consists of 18 hours. Students will complete second year and four (4) classes (12 hrs.) of advanced language. Contact French advisor Dr. Alice Kornovich or Spanish advisor Dr. Isabel Durocher for additional information.

Latin American Studies

The Latin American Studies fosters an understanding and appreciation of Latin American culture, society, and history. Loyola’s Latin American Studies program offers students the freedom to take classes in a wide variety of disciplines (Mass Communication, Sociology, History, Religious Studies, Spanish and Biology), as well as the flexibility to tailor their study to the specific aspects of Latin America which most compel them. Find out more about the Latin American Studies minor »

French, Latin American, & Spanish Course Information

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Asian Studies

The study of the philosophies, religions, languages, and political systems of Asian nations will give students new insights into their own Western culture and lead them to an appreciation of the complexities of the social and political conflicts in the world today. Find out more about the Asian Studies minor »

Asian Studies Course Information