Develop reading, speaking, listening, and writing skills alongside language and cultural proficiency that will allow you to be a successful member of the global community.
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Future teachers of English in secondary schools study literature, writing, and pedagogy while having opportunities to gain practical experience through tutoring, action research, and professional development events.
Learn the tradition and perspectives of French-speaking communities while developing reading, writing, listening and speaking skills.
The General English option offers Statewide Campus students a broad range of courses across all areas of the English department.
Develop German language skills that are highly sought after by employers. Learn about tradition and perspectives, business, and translation.
Study change in U.S.and global regions by exploring race, gender, class, culture, environments, ethnicity, politics and religion.
Develop the habits of mind and instructional strategies necessary to teach effectively in a variety of settings—both in and outside the classroom.
Learn the value of storytelling as you practice the writing, speaking, research, teamwork, and critical-thinking skills that prepare you for a career that matters.
Build your knowledge of the history, art, literature, religions and philosophical traditions of the human societies that existed from around 500 CE to 1800 CE.
Gain a broad foundation for understanding human behavior and encourages the development of critical thinking. Learn to analyze, research, and articulate critical information.
Master the world’s second-most spoken language! Uncover cultural, social, and literary trends of the Spanish-speaking world, and understand the world from a global perspective.
Study the many aspects of political science and prepare to gain licensure to teach social studies.
USU Students have the opportunity to receive a teaching certificate and teaching minor in Sociology.
The MA/MS in English with a Specialization in Creative Writing allows students to do advanced work in poetry, fiction, or creative nonfiction.
The Ph.D. of Sociology is available to students who have already completed a master's degree in sociology or a related field.
Further develop your historical research skills while participating in teaching and research opportunities.
Work in a cohort to examine and analyze literature, cultural expression, and rhetorical argumentation's effect on the world.
The Master of Second Language Teaching (MSLT) is an innovative, interdisciplinary master's degree program with a strong practical emphasis.
Become an expert on facilitating action through effective, persuasive, or intentionally rhetorical communication.
Focus your study of history to suit your interests and learn to collaborate with historians outside of a classroom environment.
The Master of Science in Sociology is focused on foundation courses in sociological theory, research methods and statistics, and a set of electives consistent with a student's career goals.
The Archiving and Public Programming certificate provides professionalization and skills for those seeking employment in public, state, and non-profit institutions.
The Digital Writing and Publication certificate program introduces students to competencies required to begin producing written work in a digital format.
Supplement your major and minor studies with an understanding of historical and contemporary causes of conflicts and efforts to create peace.
Learn to teach Latin with a focus on the best and latest pedagogy. This minor, offered by the Department of History, goes well with a History Teaching major as well as many other degrees across the university.