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2016-2017 This is LA&PS Viewbook

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27 27 27 INTERNATIONAL BA AND LANGUAGE PROGRAMS INTERNATIONAL BA Explore the world while earning your degree. Why limit yourself to studying in one country when you can turn your BA into an International BA (iBA)? The iBA program reflects York's continuing commitment to providing you with the opportunities to gain international experience and skills required by today's global workplace. You will not only have the opportunity to learn a new language but also complete one school term abroad, providing you with the cross-cultural knowledge that is in demand in today's workplace. Study in countries such as Australia, Barbados, South Africa, the Netherlands, Singapore, Thailand, Turkey and many more! Add to both your academic knowledge and your cultural résumé by pursuing an internship overseas and applying your education in an enriching, international work environment. • Anthropology (see page 7) • Communication Studies (see page 10) • European Studies (see page 13) • French Studies (see page 14) • Geography (see page 14) • German Studies (see page 15) • History (see page 16) • Humanities (see page 16) • Italian Studies (see page 19) • Political Science (see page 22) • Sexuality Studies (see page 24) • Urban Studies (see page 26) yorku.ca/laps/programs/iba LANGUAGE PROGRAMS • Acquire skills that are essential to a global citizen: the ability to analyze ideas and information and to communicate them clearly, both orally and in writing. • As a multilingual citizen, you'll be part of building bridges between cultures and fostering international connections. Degree programs are offered in: French Studies (see page 14), German Studies (see page 15), Italian Studies (see page 19), Portuguese Studies (see page 22) and Spanish (see page 25). Language, literature and culture courses are also offered in the following areas: American Sign Language Arabic Chinese Classical Greek English as a Second Language (ESL) French German Modern Hebrew Hindi-Urdu Italian Jamaican Creole Japanese Korean Latin Modern Greek Persian Portuguese Russian Spanish Swahili Yiddish You can pursue a certificate of proficiency in several of these languages. See page 28 for more information.

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