An English or modern languages degree can create opportunities in technology, government, non-profits, publishing, international relations, translating, international business, law and other rewarding and exciting careers. Students in English and Modern Languages have the opportunity to earn generous scholarships awarded by the department.
- Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in English
- B.A. in English with Teacher Certification
- Integrated English B.A. and English M.A.
- In Person
- Hybrid (Online and In Person)
- Master of Arts (M.A.) in English
- Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Spanish
- B.A. in Spanish with All-Level Teacher Certification
- In Person
Opportunities in English and Modern Languages
No matter what career you are planning, you need language skills. Being able to communicate effectively may be the skill that sets you apart. An ASU English or modern languages degree can unlock the door to various careers, including teaching, writing, editing, publishing, international relations, translating, international business, health services and the law.
Take a look at some other aspects of our department that make ASU an outstanding place to study English and modern languages.
Join one or more of our multiple student organizations to help you develop professional skills and networking opportunities as you really get to know your fellow students and professors.
Several scholarships are available specifically to students in the Natalie Zan Ryan Department of English and Modern Languages.
The Writing Center is a peer tutoring service where students help students. Students hired and trained by the department work with students from any discipline, at any skill level, and on any stage of the writing or reading process.
Minors and Certificates
You can minor in English, French, German, Russian, creative writing, film studies, linguistics or technical writing. You can also earn certificates in creative writing or technical writing for an added professional credential.