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Undergraduate Programs

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Study one or more languages while learning about culture, identity, and literature.

Mastering a language includes speaking and writing proficiency, but also increasing your appreciation and critical analysis of the cultures that share that language.

We offer language courses in American Sign Language (ASL), Chinese, French, German, Greek (through directed study), Hebrew, Japanese, Latin, and Spanish.

Programs of Study

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Ancient Civilization Major or Minor

Choose from courses in art history, Jewish studies, and philosophy, and study classical languages and literature — Greek, Hebrew, or Latin.

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Combined Languages Major

Broaden your knowledge as you master two languages and cultures of your choosing.

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Comparative Literature Major or Minor

Explore how literature — as well as film, music, and new media — can build bridges across national borders, languages, and historical eras.

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French and Francophone Studies Major or Minor

Master French, which remains important and influential in the 21st century, as well as French and Francophone culture.

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German Studies Concentration

Study German language and culture — including courses offered in English — from disciplinary perspectives like comparative literature, history, and philosophy.

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Jewish Studies Concentration

Explore the major historical and religious trends in Jewish civilization since its inception in antiquity.

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Spanish Major or Minor

Study Spanish, one of the most widely spoken languages in the world, from Latin America to Europe, from Worcester to New York City, from Miami to San Antonio to Los Angeles.

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Study Abroad

Clark’s Study Abroad and Away Program offers opportunities to gain world and workplace experience to complement your on-campus work. You can choose from year-long, semester, and summer opportunities, and earn credit through academic coursework, internships, community-based learning, or research.

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Undergraduate Research

Pursue a research project and present at an undergraduate research event like Fall Fest or Academic Spree Day.

Contact Information

Language, Literature, and Culture

Office Location
  • Estabrook Hall, 3rd Floor
    950 Main Street
    Worcester, MA 01610

  • 1-508-793-7234
  • 1-508-793-8852 Fax