Major in Combined Languages

Learn to communicate with the world

More than 400 million people in the world speak Spanish and another 220 million speak French. A combined languages major at Clark, designed for students who want to study more than one language, may help you communicate with all of them, and more. You’ll not only master Spanish and French — or one of those plus another language Clark offers, like Chinese, Japanese, German, Latin, Greek and Hebrew — you’ll explore the cultures behind them and put all of it into practice. Combined languages majors use classroom studies, along with service-learning opportunities in the Worcester community and a study abroad requirement, to think critically about and analyze how a language influences the cultures that share it.