Languages Offered at BYU: E

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English
Courses in English for native speakers are taught at BYU through the Department of English and the Department of Linguistics and English Language. The Department of English offers undergraduate majors and minors in both English and English Teaching, as well as a graduate MA program in English. Programs in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) are administered through the Department of Linguistics, and include a TESOL undergraduate minor, TESOL Graduate Certificate, and TESOL MA degree. Nonnative speakers may enroll in English as a Second Language (ESL) courses at BYU through the Department of Linguistics and the English Language Center. The Humanities Technology Research Support Center also offers a FLATS proficiency exam in English.
Region:
Africa, Australia and South Pacific, Europe, North America, Northern Asia and Russia
FLATS exam:
Estonian
The Center for Language Studies offers FLANG 330R, an advanced Estonian course which requires fluency. In addition, the Center will schedule beginning courses in Estonian if a qualified teacher and sufficient student interest can be found. The Center also administers an Estonian Credit Exam for BYU students. The Humanities Technology Research Support Center also offers a FLATS proficiency exam in Estonian.
Region:
Europe
FLATS exam: