Undergraduate Research Opportunities

Undergraduate Research Opportunities 

The Department of Modern Languages at Grove City College offers students the academic freedom to conduct meaningful, relevant research alongside experienced and accomplished faculty. Research areas may include international business, art and culture, public policy, education and more.

For instance, ​students in the course, Methods of Teaching Modern Languages,  have created units which integrate faith and moral issues with the subject matter.  Each unit progresses through three levels: basic – a vocabulary/grammar study which provides background to the issue, values-centered – an analysis of the values integral to the issue, and faith-informed – an exploration of the Christian perspective of the issue under study. Students come to understand the subject through the eyes of those in the target culture as well and through an examination of Scriptures and their application to the issue. View Recent Projects.

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After Graduation

​Students graduating with a B.A. in French or Spanish are well poised for careers in translation, teaching, government, social work, bilingual services, interpretation, foreign service and more.

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Our Events

The Department of Modern Languages sponsors numerous co-curricular activities including foreign film nights, international praise and worship services and community service projects. ​
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Related Resources

​Recommended resources by the Department of Modern Languages faculty at Grove City College.

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Office of International Education

College is a time to learn — and some of the best learning doesn’t happen in the classroom. At Grove City College, we believe that travel is essential for growth. That’s why we make it as easy and affordable as possible for our students to study abroad.
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Minor in Chinese

​A minor in Chinese consists of 21 credit hours of Chinese courses beyond Chinese 101 and 102.

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Minor in French

​To minor in French, students complete 15 credit hours of French courses beyond French 101 and 102.

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