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World Cultures and Languages Pathway

Discover new cultures, dive deeper into your interests and uncover the complex relations that connect the global community.

Students in this pathway want to take their language skills into the classroom or company, interpret global conflict and address global health and development.

Explore Related Majors

African American Studies  Comparative Literature Global Studies Religious Studies
Anthropology French History  Russian 
Chinese Studies Geography International Studies  Spanish 
Classics German Political Science  Women's and Gender Studies 

 

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Learn more about resources and opportunities.

Start gaining valuable major-related experience through these student organizations.

  • Buddies Beyond Borders
  • Volunteers Around the World
  • International Student Association 
  • Carolina Model United Nations
  • German Club
  • Russian Club
  • Italian Club
  • French Club
  • Latin American Student Organization 
  • Association of African American Students
  • Cure at South Carolina
  • Students Helping Honduras
  • Bangladesh Student Association
  • Hillel Foundation
  • Indian Cultural Exchange
  • International Law Society
  • Iranian Student Association
  • Japanese Culture Association
  • Korean International Student Association
  • Lebanese Student Association
  • Taiwanese Student Association
  • Vietnamese Student Association

Customize your schedule with classes that allow you to explore your interests.

  • Race and Science Fiction
  • Forbidden Archaeology: Fantasies, Frauds, and Mysteries of the Human Past
  • Black Activism
  • Gender and Politics
  • The Middle East in Modern Times
  • Women in Modern Europe
  • Science, Magic and Religion
  • Language and Popular Culture
  • Japanese Language in Society
  • Contrastive English-Spanish Phonetics and Phonology
  • Women in China
  • Cultural Geography
  • Sex, Gender and Religion
  • Visions of Apocalypse
  • Global Human Religiosity

Here are some of the work experiences students have outside of the classroom.

PASOs: This community-based organization that helps the Latino community and service providers work together to offer community health programs covering prenatal education, women’s and family health topics, access to health care and cultural competency.

Bilingualism Matters: Information center headquartered at the University of Edinburgh with branches in Europe and the United States that aims to disseminate research findings in ways that promote communication and collaboration between families, schools and the public sector.

Walker Institute: Home to six minor degree programs, the institute engages students in the interdisciplinary study of world affairs and is dedicated to increasing cross-cultural understanding on campus and around the world.

Digital Humanities: Exploring digital technology’s place in the worlds of art, science and literature illuminates the human condition in a whole new way. The center supports various types of innovations in the use of digital technology for research, teaching and public outreach in the humanities and related disciplines.

Folks Center for International Business: This center serves as an exclusive academic/corporate partnership for providing strategic direction regarding the overall international activities of the Moore School. In consultation with its partners, the center also identifies initiatives and curriculum design to develop global business leaders.

 

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