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Over half of the world's population is bilingual or multilingual, while only one in five U.S. citizens speaks a language other than English. Knowledge of other languages and cultures gives our graduates a competitive advantage in any career, and is highly valued in international business and professional communities. Our graduates choose a variety of career paths in teaching, entertainment and media, government, travel, financial services or international business. Some students enter careers with international or non-governmental organizations such as the International Red Cross or the World Health Organization, while others go on to advanced degrees in preparation for work in international law, diplomacy and college teaching.
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A graffiti piece in
Madrid, Spain also featuring the tag name and logo of 1UP European graffiti
crew. By Leeturtle, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
Three Languages is a 49-credit major. With planning, it can be combined easily with Area Studies majors and minors, International Relations, or other 30- 36-credit majors.
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