Why study a language?
Learning a language enables you to engage in an increasingly interconnected and multicultural world. You’ll gain an appreciation for different cultures and a better understanding of human nature. Studying more than one language results in many cognitive benefits. These include better memory, enhanced concentration and stronger multitasking skills. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, careers as interpreters and translators are expected to grow 19% from 2018 to 2028.
What is the right language degree for me?
Our language degrees are ideal for students who want to major in English, learn Spanish or teach English as a second language. Depending on the program, you’ll develop advanced literary skills, an understanding of Spanish composition or a stronger foundation in teaching speakers of other languages to learn English. You’ll prepare for a career as an editor, interpreter, teacher, translator or writer. Browse our language degrees, offered 100% online.
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What can I do with a language degree
Learn about language and cultures from renowned faculty
Arizona State University has ranked No. 1 in the U.S. for innovation for five consecutive years, according to U.S. News & World Report. Study language completely online in The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the largest and most diverse college at ASU, or the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, one of the best education colleges in the nation. As an ASU Online student, you’ll receive success coaching, time management tools, technical resources and more, so you can learn to thrive.
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