World Languages, Literatures & Cultures

World Languages, Literatures & Cultures

Link for faculty office hours for Fall 2022.


LSU World Languages is proud to announce a new German minor for engineers. This new minor will translate LSU’s mission of educating global leaders for tomorrow into a program where students excel in engineering expertise while also making hands-on international experiences. Students add to their technical training communicative competence, cultural literacy, and foreign language skills in German to grow into outstanding graduates with a global outlook. Looking to travel and get course credit at the same time? Interested in doing an internship at a German, Austrian, or Swiss company? Curious to learn German and truly engage with people using the language? Visit to learn more.

American Sign Language (ASLG 1001), introduction to the basics of American Sign Language (ASL), is now offered by our department. Contact us at for details. 

All credit exam requests are now processed electronically; please email us at to get started.

Please contact the Department of French Studies for inquiries related to the French program.





Dr. Christian Fernandez's New Book: Approaches to Teaching the Works of Inca Garcilaso de la Vega


Professor Rafael Orozco's Newest Accomplishment

Dr. Colomina Almiñana's Recent Publications

Video: Educational Impacts of Connecting Cultural Events to Course Curriculum

Dr. Andrea Morris' Presentation: Migration, Nation, and Identity in the Caribbean

Professor Colomina-Almiñana Publishes New Article

Professor Orozco Publishes Article on Subject Pronoun Expression