Bachelor of Arts, Language, Culture, and Trade (4-Year Plan)
As more and more companies and people work on a global scale, we must ensure we are preparing the workforce of tomorrow to fully understand other cultures, their languages, their histories, their religions, and more. The Department of Humanities offers a bachelor’s of arts program to prime students to enter the international job market with the highest-level skills, knowledge, and professional competencies to make a global impact. The skill-based interdisciplinary Language, Culture, and Trade program will have the option to customize a concentration to suit their needs.
PLO 1 – Demonstrate Functional Proficiency and/or Mastery of Foreign Language(s)
Graduates of this major will demonstrate functional proficiency–Common European Framework of Reference forLanguages (CEFR) B2–in a minimum of two foreign languages or a mastery of one foreign language (CEFR C1/C2).
PLO 2 – Demonstrate Intercultural Interface Skill Proficiency
Graduates of this major will demonstrate proficiency in planning, articulating, and evaluating current or proposed programs for international/intercultural environments. Measured skills must include the management of relevant data andinformation systems in an international/intercultural setting as well as the successful completion of an internship in an
PLO 3 – Demonstrate Professional Proficiency in Elected Concentration
Graduates of this major will demonstrate proficiency in the application of disciplinary concepts, principles, and skills of the chosen area of professional concentration through relevant coursework and the successful completion of an internship in an international setting.
PLO 4 – Demonstrate Understanding of Faith Integration in Professional Concentration
Graduates of this major will apply their faith in the ethical execution of all assigned tasks and responsibilities and the demonstration of Christian character in courses, internships, and cross-cultural interactions.