Imagine it, you're a freshman STEM major, figuring out how to best use your four (+) years at UD. You know you need some breadth requirements and you have a lot of major requirements to satisfy. How can studying a foreign language help you in your major and your future plans? The DLLC is recently seeing a lot of growth in its minor programs that increasingly appeal to students in all the University's Colleges: Arts and Sciences, Business and Economics, Engineering, Agriculture and Natural Resources, Earth, Ocean and Environment, Education and Human Development, and Health Sciences. The Department offers a variety of minors in many of our languages (Arabic, Chinese, French, Italian, German, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish), including the traditional language minors that can be earned on campus and/or during study abroad, others that can be finished through spending a semester in another country (the "studies" minors), or others that can be achieved in conjunction with courses in other disciplines (Ancient Greek and Latin Studies (AGRS), Spanish for Healthcare, and the Games Studies minors).