Languages at KU
The University of Kansas is a national leader in the study of languages and is home to five regionally-focused centers that provide scholarships to cover tuition and living expenses for students who excel in learning languages. KU's Office of Study Abroad, which helps to send roughly a quarter of undergraduates abroad before graduation, offers scholarships to make an international experience possible for all students. KU is also home to over 2,000 international students from over 105 countries, who inform our understanding of world events and prepare us for today's increasingly globalized society.
Below is a comprehensive list of languages taught at the University of Kansas. Keep in mind, however, that some languages are offered intermittently and others are not offered for a full four semesters. Please consult with the department offering the language to be sure that it can be used to fulfill the B.A. language requirement in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences. For specific information on degree requirements, see the KU academic catalog.