The history and american studies departments are both good and well organized. Unfortunantlythe university has cut funding for degree programs in foreign languages. Hence, access to certain langage courses is more limited starting in thge 2001-2002 accademic year. However the Language Institute is very good and has lots of resources for 60 something languages and they teach beggining through advanced levels in several languages that can be taken as part of a degree or as an extra course.
Course are offered in languages as diverse as Spanish, French, Itallian, Japanese, Chinese, Dutch and German to name a few. There is also English for accademic purposes for non native speakers of English.
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