|5. American Sign Language||60,781||432.22|
|10. Ancient Greek3||20,376||24.2|
1. By number of foreign language enrollments in U.S. institutions of higher education.
2. This is larger than the actual growth rate; it reflects past underreporting.
3. If combined, Biblical Hebrew and Modern Hebrew claim 10th place, with 22,802 enrolled and a 44% change.
Source: Association of Departments of Foreign Languages at the Modern Language Association, Foreign Language Enrollments in United States Institutions of Higher Education, Fall 2002