World Language

Philosophy

Our language courses are designed to broaden understanding of the global world. Studying the classical and modern languages will increase vocabulary, improve grammar, and broaden your cultural horizons.  Studies show that learning another language aids in learning one’s own language. Career and travel opportunities expand with the knowledge of another language.  We are a global society and communication with others in their language and understanding another culture help to bring about a greater appreciation for all people.  Expand your horizons and learn another language.

Course Descriptions

Latin

Latin is said to be a dead language, but it is very much alive at TMP-Marian.  Students learn valuable lessons which aid in learning across the curriculum.  Latin is the basis of numerous languages, including the field of medicine.  Expand your vocabulary and explore understanding and recognizing Latin roots.  Through Latin students learn to recognize roots of words and apply this knowledge to the challenges encountered throughout their studies at TMP-Marian.

 Spanish

Slowly becoming the first language of the United States, it is spoken everywhere.  The Hispanic population is growing fast and there is a demand to learn Spanish in all areas.  More than 300,000,000 people speak Spanish in eighteen different countries and Puerto Rico.