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    University of Scranton
   
 
  Oct 22, 2017
 
 
    
Graduate Studies Catalog 2011-2012 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

World Languages and Cultures


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Linda Ledford-Miller, Chair, World Languages and Cultures
570-941-4014 • ledfordl1@scranton.edu
http://academic.scranton.edu/department/forlang

Department faculty: Professors – Linda Ledford-Miller (Chair), Robert A. Parsons, Joseph P. Wilson; Associate Professors - Virginia A. Picchietti, Jamie H. Trnka, Habib K. Zanzana; Assistant Professors - Marzia Caporale, Yamile Silva;  Lecturer - Monika Moyrer;  Faculty Specialist - Jaime Meilán del Río.  Director of Language Learning Center - Marie Karam

The World Languages and Cultures Department offers a graduate course open to all accepted graduate students. As designed, the course may be geared to enable elementary and secondary teachers, as well as administrators, to effectively communicate with non-native speakers of English both orally and in writing. Other models may address broader cultural issues.

Please note: The University of Scranton does not offer graduate degrees in world languages.