Building International Citizenship
Through our programs, you'll develop communication and problem-solving skills to tackle today's global challenges. Linguistic, literary and cultural knowledge can be applied to a wide range of majors and careers, while offering opportunities for immersive understanding of human experience across the globe. Whether a language program in the Department of Languages, Literatures & Cultures is your main focus or a way to broaden your abilities, you'll have access to a wide range of immersive experiences and practical applications both in Denver and around the world.
Undergraduate Language Placement
The Center for World Languages and Cultures at DU provides placement testing for language proficiency, as well as all introductory language courses. Find out where to begin with your language study at the Center for World Languages and Cultures.Learn About Placement Testing
The Center for World Languages and Cultures provides foreign language proficiency exams to all graduate students at DU. If your program includes a language requirement, see the Center for World Languages and Cultures to learn more.Learn About Proficiency Testing
All first-year language courses are taught through the Center for World Languages and Cultures. Students learn through integrated linguistic and cultural study, and exploration with local and global community partners. The CWLC prepares students for the advanced language study they will undertake in the Department of Languages, Literatures & Cultures.Visit the CWLC