MATC -- Foreign Language Survey -- 2014


Please complete this survey to help the MATC Foreign Language Department better serve you in terms of future course offerings.

NOTE: You do NOT need to log in or subscribe or create an account to take this survey. Just answer the questions below and then click on the "Submit Answers" button at the bottom of the screen.



  1. Enter your first name if you want a chance to win a gift certificate.


  1. Enter either your telephone number OR your e-mail address if you want a chance to win a gift certificate.


  1. If you currently have a job, how many hours per week do you work?
    1-10 hours/week
    10-20 hours/week
    20-30 hours/week
    30-40 hours/week
    more than 40 hours per week
    I do not have a job at present.


  1. Why do you want to study a foreign language?
    (Choose as many as apply.)
    It will be useful to my career.
    It is a requirement for my program or degree.
    I intend to transfer to a 4-year college with a language requirement.
    I have family connections to a non-English language/culture.
    It will be useful in my international travels.
    It will be useful in general in dealing with the local community.
    I want to learn about other cultures.
    I am interested in personal enrichment.
    Other reasons not listed above.
    I do not want to study a foreign language.


  1. At which campus do you take the majority of your classes (all classes, not just languages)?
    Downtown Milwaukee
    West Allis
    Oak Creek
    Mequon
    Online (I take most of my classes online.)


  1. Which would be your preferred campus if you could choose?
    Downtown Milwaukee
    West Allis
    Oak Creek
    Mequon
    Online (I would prefer to take most classes online.)


  1. Which of the following languages would you be interested in studying?
    (Choose as many as apply.)
    Arabic
    Chinese
    French
    German
    Hmong
    Russian
    Portuguese
    Spanish
    Italian


  1. Would you consider taking a blended language class with one or two regular classroom meetings per week and with the remainder of communication and instruction on-line using computers?
    Yes
    No
    Maybe (I would want more information before deciding.)


  1. Would you consider taking a fully on-line language class with ALL communication and instruction on-line using computers?
    (Studying and assignments would be done from home, work, or campus at any convenient time -- weekdays, weeknights, or weekends.)
    Yes
    No
    Maybe (I would want more information before deciding.)


  1. Would you be interested in earning foreign language credits while studying abroad?
    Yes
    No
    Maybe (I would want more information before deciding.)


  1. What time ranges of the week would you prefer for regular classroom language classes meeting ONCE-a-week?
    (Choose as many as apply.)
    Weekday mornings (9 am - noon)
    Weekday afternoons (noon - 4 pm)
    Weekday evenings (4 pm - 7 pm)
    Weekday evenings (6 pm - 9 pm)
    Friday mornings (9 am - noon)
    Friday afternoons (noon - 4 pm)
    Friday evenings (4 pm - 7 pm)
    Friday nights (6 pm - 9 pm)
    Saturday mornings (9 am - noon)
    I would not want to take a once-a-week language class.


  1. What time ranges of the week would you prefer for regular classroom language classes meeting TWICE-a-week?
    (Choose as many as apply.)
    Weekday mornings (9 am - noon)
    Weekday afternoons (noon - 4 pm)
    Weekday evenings (4 pm - 7 pm)
    Weekday nights (6 pm - 9 pm)
    Friday nights and Saturday mornings
    I would not want to take a twice-a-week language class.


  1. What time ranges of the week would you prefer for regular classroom language classes meeting EVERY DAY?
    (Choose as many as apply.)
    Weekday mornings (9 am - noon)
    Weekday afternoons (noon - 4 pm)
    Weekday evenings (4 pm - 7 pm)
    Weekday nights (6 pm - 9 pm)
    I would not want to take a language class meeting every day.


  1. If you were to study foreign language at MATC, what would be your preferred type of class?
    (Choose as many as apply.)
    Associate Degree classes (1- to 3-credits) that focus on survival language in practical workplace settings, phrases, pronunciation, and culture
    College-parallel classes (2- to 4-credits) that focus on speaking, comprehension, reading, writing, and culture


  1. In which MATC school is your program of study?
    Business
    Health Sciences
    Liberal Arts and Sciences
    Media and Creative Arts
    Technology and Applied Sciences
    None of the above: I'm not a program student. (I'm a student at MATC, but not as part of any degree or program.)