Language Degree and Programs

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In a globalized world, communication across many different languages can be vitally important. Multinational employers are in constant need of translators, business executives, and writers who can bridge the gap between their home base and the markets in other places. By earning a degree in a specific language (or two), you can turn yourself into a 21st-century professional who helps increase commerce and understanding between nations and major regions.

Language and Career Training

A college degree in any language will help you build reading, speaking, and writing skills in your language of choice. Certificates and associate degrees are usually cheaper to obtain and traditionally take only one or two years, depending on how much time you can devote to your coursework. A bachelor's degree can prepare you for a wider range of career opportunities as a translator or multilingual negotiator. Earning a master's degree or PhD can further open the door to advanced work and work as a language educator.

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