MC

Mississippi College

Languages Offered

Chinese

  • Students may take up to 12 hours of Chinese on campus to meet the language requirement for the Bachelor of Arts degree (CHI 101,102,201,202)
  • Students may take an additional 6 hours studying abroad to earn a minor in Chinese or use it as the language of choice in International Studies.

Faculty: Ran An


French

  • Students may major or minor in French at MC, declaring either French, Modern Languages, FLIT, or International Studies.
  • There are opportunities to study abroad in France or Canada (with prior approval) during the semester or the summer.
  • All graduates may apply for a program to teach English in France. Several alumni have participated in the past and were well prepared for the experience.
  • French exchange students study at MC in the fall or spring semester, so start practicing now!

Faculty: Agnes Man-Bourdon


German

  • Students may major or minor in German at MC, declaring either Modern Languages or International Studies.
  • There are opportunities to study abroad in Germany or Austria during the semester or the summer.
  • A German exchange student studies at MC every year, so start practicing now! 

Faculty: Emily Fokeladeh


Greek and Hebrew

  • Greek and Hebrew are taught in the Department of Christian Studies as part of the Biblical Languages Concentration.
  • Both languages meet the 12 hour language requirement for the Bachelor of Arts degree
  • For more information, contact Dr. Wayne VanHorn at 601.925.3297

Japanese

  • Students may take up to 12 hours of Japanese on campus to meet the language requirement for the Bachelor of Arts degree. (JPN 101,102,201,202)
  • Students may take an additional 6 hours studying abroad to earn a minor in Japanese or use it as the language of choice in International Studies 

Faculty: Risa Helm


Latin

  • Students may take up to 12 hours of Latin on campus to meet the language requirement for the Bachelor of Arts degree (LAT 101,102,201,202)

Faculty: Beth Watts


Spanish

  • Students may major or minor in Spanish at MC, declaring either Spanish, Modern Languages, FLIT, or International Studies.
  • There are opportunities to study abroad in Spain, Costa Rica, or other spanish-speaking country (with prior approval) during the semester or the summer.
  • All graduates may apply for a program to teach English in Spain. Several alumni have participated in the past and were well prepared for the experience. 

Faculty: Beth Stapleton, Kathy Ravenhorst, Amy Williamson