Students will broaden their knowledge of the language and culture of the French speaking worlds, in order to become engaged thinkers who question their own assumptions.
Students will be prepared to meet the challenges of this diverse world, think critically, and communicate effectively.
Pi Delta Phi French National Honors Society
The purpose of this society is to recognize outstanding scholarship in the French language and its literatures, to increase the knowledge and appreciation of Americans for the cultural contributions of the French-speaking world, and to stimulate and to encourage French and Francophone cultural activities.
Department Facilities and Equipment
The Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures Department is housed in McMichael Hall.
Off-campus study, including both international and domestic experiences, is an opportunity for students to enhance their education and demonstrate greater value to future employers. Such study serves as a significant complement to the major and to the overall development of the student.
Monmouth College makes available to its students many programs that are intellectually challenging, aesthetically inspiring, and are located in diverse settings. The off-campus experience enables students to explore different perspectives on the human condition in a global community and to broaden and deepen their college experience.
- Technical Translator
- Management Consultant
- Overseas Representative
- Travel Planner
- Law Enforcement