The Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at San Francisco State University offers a comprehensive curriculum designed to help students develop the linguistic and cultural knowledge and skills necessary to contribute to a multilingual, international society.
Outcomes for Undergraduate Students
Students majoring or minoring in a Modern language will become proficient in the target language, understand elements of the target culture, acquire knowledge of literature, and be able to analyze language structure.
Outcomes for Graduate Students
Graduate students will be proficient in written English, appropriatly use resources and materials for writing research papers, and have a greater knowlege of culture and language at the advanced level.
The by-laws and procedures below represent a description of how the language and degree programs of the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures relate to one another and an outline of the means by which the department faculty members engage in shared governance and decision making.
Retention, Tenure & Promotion
This document, which outlines retention, tenure, and promotion criteria in the areas of teaching effectiveness, professional growth and achievement, and service to campus and community, reflects the Department Modern Languages and Literatures’ effort to conform to San Francisco State University’s “Retention, Tenure, and Promotion Policy,” as found in the Revised Academic Senate Policy #F06-241.
Standing Committee Membership
Information coming soon.