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Study Business Language

CU Denver

Students Study Business Language

The IIB and CU CIBER have supported the development and implementation of various business language courses, least commonly thought language courses, and language for specific purpose courses. These coursesare availiable through CU CIBER's partner schools/departments at CU Denver and CU Boulder.




 CU Denver


Business Language Courses

Contact CU Denver Department of Modern Languages for additional information

·       CHIN 1070 - Mandarin Chinese for the Professions

·       FREN 3939 - Internship in French

·       FREN 4050 - Advanced French for Business

·       GER 3200 - German for the Professions

·       GER 3939 - Internship in German

·       SPAN 3092 - Introduction to Translation II

·       SPAN 3700 - Spanish for International Business I

·       SPAN 3710 - Spanish for International Business II

·       SPAN 3730 - Special Topics in Spanish for International Business

·       SPAN 3939 - Internship in Spanish

·       Chinese, German and Spanish Enrichment Courses - 30-day refresher, non-credit courses through the UC Denver Continuing and Professional Education Department

Business Language Programs

·       International French for the Professions - a major track to study French for a business environment

·       International Spanish for the Professions - a major track to study Spanish for a business environment

Additional Language Programs

CU Denver Department of Modern Languages

·       Chinese Studies - a minor jointly offered with the Political Science Department

·       French - a major and a minor

·       German - an applied language skills certificate and a minor

·       Spanish - a major and a minor, and a master's degree that can be tailored to include maximum business content


 CU Boulder


Business Language Courses

·       ARAB 3010 - Arabic Business and Culture

·       FREN 3600 - Business French I

·       FREN 4050 - Business French II

·       GERM 3030 - Business German

·       ITAL 4040 - Business Italian Style

·       SPAN 3030 - Spanish for Business I

·       SPAN 3040 - Spanish for Business II

·       SPAN 4060 - Problems of Business Translation in Spanish I

·       SPAN 4070 - Problems of Business Translation in Spanish II

·       SPAN 4930 - Spanish Internship for the Professions

Business Language Program

Spanish for the Professions - a bachelor's degree program at the CU Boulder to study Spanish for use in business environments. This program, in part supported by CU Denver CIBER, can be combined with a fast-track MS in International Business from CU Denver.

Joint BA/MS International Business Program - a joint degree to combine a BA in international studies or foreign languages at CU Boulder or CU Denver with an MS in International Business (MSIB) from CU Denver, often on a fast-track schedule. An example of this program is the Joint BA in Spanish for the Professions at CU Boulder with the MSIB at CU Denver

Additional Resources - free online language courses

Word2Word - free online language courses


 Center For Asian Studies

Center for Asian Studies​ was established in 1999 to advance knowledge of Asia through undergraduate and graduate education, faculty research, and outreach programs for the broader community. The Center is committed to managing and expanding the interdisciplinary major in Asian Studies by providing student fellowships, scholarships, and study opportunities, by investing in faculty research and professional development, by providing support for building Asia-related resources on the CU Boulder campus, by developing academic exchanges with Asian-based colleagues and students, and by engaging the local community with Asia-related programs and events. The Center also serves to promote the University’s Flagship 2030 Initiative to ‘Build a Global Crossroads’ by internationalizing education on campus and promoting Asia in the context of global studies. Finally, the Center serves as a link and community-building resource for faculty and students across the University.


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