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In a global economy, the ability to communicate with people in their native languages is a key to making cultural, social and economic connections.
Enrollment Services

Foreign Language

At Minot State University we promote global comprehension through the study of language and culture and prepare our graduates to travel, study, and work abroad.



Dual degrees
MSU students are encouraged to combine foreign language studies with other majors, such as international business, English, history, criminal justice, nursing, or a second foreign language.

Employment opportunities

Foreign language coursework

Course Catalog

Requirements for future teachers
Admission to the teacher education program is selective. Criteria includes:

Once accepted to the program, education majors participate in high school classroom experiences and complete a 16-week student teaching requirement.

Travel and study abroad

Language Clubs

Language Resources Center
The Language Resource Center is equipped with computer and audio equipment for use by foreign language students. The center is open daily for student use.

International Film Series
MSU's International Film Series features films from around the world. Foreign language faculty members introduce the films and lead brief discussions.

Our faculty
Foreign language faculty members are dedicated educators with expertise in their respective languages and cultures. They are motivated by their profession and help students pursue their individual course of study.

Our college
The College of Arts and Sciences is committed to comprehensive, holistic and interdisciplinary education. By integrating excellent teaching with scholarly and creative activity, we prepare students with the knowledge, values and skills they need to succeed in a diverse world.

To learn more, visit our Foreign Language Program. Better yet, schedule a campus visit so we can meet face-to-face and show you around.

For a complete listing of foreign language courses and descriptions, go to

Contact Information
Dr. Jean-François Mondon
Assistant Professor of German
Foreign Language Program
Division of Humanities
Phone: 701-858-3093 or 1-800-777-0750 ext. 3093