To develop professionally in a globalized world, it is important to recognize the current linguistic reality and learn more than one language. Employment opportunities abroad and the relationship between international companies require competent people with excellent oral and written communication skills. Therefore, completing a minor concentration in Foreign Languages will allow you to get in touch with other cultures through their language. In addition, you will acquire sensitivity and empathy towards other customs and traditions, and it will open the doors to new labor markets worldwide.
Minor concentration in Foreign Languages
Nadesha K. González Nieves, Ph.D.