The Department of World Languages, Literatures and Cultures offers an array of ways to learn about and connect with a diverse group of people.
Alongside dynamic curriculums that offer study of subjects such as American Sign Language (ASL), English as a Second Language, French, Spanish and German, the department provides numerous opportunities to apply your skills in the real world.
Whether you are performing with a student-led ASL group or traveling abroad to discover a new culture and practice a foreign language, your experiences will prepare you for a wide range of careers after graduation.
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Participating in the University of Québec at Trois Rivières immersive language program pushed me to use my skills beyond the classrooms at Gardner-Webb. I have used materials and mementos from my trips to enrich my lesson plans.”
Gardner-Webb has faculty members who go above and beyond for their students. The classes contain material that is challenging yet relevant and interesting. I have especially developed my skills as a writer, which is an invaluable skill in almost every field.”
I graduated with a strong foundation, and practice, in Deaf culture and linguistics, and an understanding of the profession and how to conduct myself as an ethical professional.”