Program Learning Outcomes
Students completing this program will be able to:
- Identify and describe language structure and functions of the main components of the
linguistic system of the four basic skills: reading, writing, speaking and listening
- Summarize, translate and interpret the main grammatical structures in language to
offer various explanations and understandings of why and how people communicate.
- Distinguish different forms of dialects and discourse to be interpreted and translated
into the target language and into the dominant language - English.
- Critically consider, analyze, and research special issues in sociolinguistics, bilingualism
- Apply cultural and grammatical theories, principles, and concepts to address real
life problems and situations in the foreign language acquisition and cognition field.
- Exhibit strong and effective written and oral communication skills.
- Identify career and educational options in the field of foreign language acquisition,
and then formulate appropriate action plans toward achieving goals and objectives.
- Recognize the importance of, and practice exposure to different native-speakers of
the target language for further socio-cultural and linguistic development.
- Bring back into the community and apply the skills, abilities, and knowledge acquired
in the SKYFLA Program for the improvement of others and themselves, and to further
the objectives of translation, interpretation and communication in different foreign
languages in society.