Undergraduate Foreign Language And Area Or International Studies Center Law and Legal Definition

Pursuant to 20 USCS § 1132 (10), [Title 20. Education; Chapter 28. Higher Education Resources And Student Assistance; International Education Programs; General Provisions] the term undergraduate foreign language and area or international studies center means “an administrative unit of an institution of higher education, including but not limited to 4-year colleges, that contributes significantly to the national interest through the education and training of students who matriculate into advanced language and area studies programs, professional school programs, or incorporates substantial international and foreign language content into baccalaureate degree programs, engages in research, curriculum development and community outreach activities designed to broaden international and foreign language knowledge, employs faculty with strong language, area, and international studies credentials, maintains library holdings, including basic reference works, journals, and works in translation, and makes training available predominantly to undergraduate students.”