In an increasingly global economy, a major in Modern Languages provides skills that monolingual students do not have.
A major in Modern Languages (with options either in French, Italian or Spanish) will prepare you for a career in international affairs, business, education, and translation in both the public and private sectors.
In New York City in particular, doctors, educators, health professionals, lawyers, nancial analysts and advisors,andnon-pro tandgovernmentprofessionals— all bene t from mastering a second language.
Professional areas you can consider with a degree in Modern Languages include:
- K-12 Bilingual Education
- Higher Education
- Translation and Interpretation
- Legal and Paralegal Businesses
- Multicultural Advertising Agencies
- Fashion Industry
- Sales and Marketing
- Export and Import Businesses
- Food Industry
- Travel and Hospitality Industries
- Social Work
- Non-Profit and/or Humanitarian
- Corporate International Communications
- Government Foreign Policy Agencies