Spanish - Master of Arts
The Program in Spanish in the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures offers a master of arts degree of Spanish with courses in the following areas: Topics in Second Language Acquisition, Pedagogy and Methodology; Topics in Hispanic Literature and Cultural Studies; and Topics in Hispanic Linguistics and Cultural Studies. The program also supports work in interdisciplinary Hispanic studies.
To obtain the degree, the candidate must complete a minimum of 30 credits.
To satisfy the course requirements, the candidate must successfully complete ten graduate courses, eight of which should be from the offerings of the Spanish program listed below. Two of the ten courses can be taken in allied fields approved by the department.
|SPAN||890||Topics in Second Language Acquisition/Pedagogy/Methodology||3|
|SPAN||897||Topics in Hispanic Literature and Cultural Studies||3|
|SPAN||898||Topics in Hispanic Linguistics and Cultural Studies||3|
|SPAN||901||Bibliography and Methods of Research||3|
|SPAN||995||Independent Study||1 TO 3|
All candidates must take Spanish 901. Preparation of a bibliographical essay in this course is the final requirement for graduation.
Graduate assistants teaching in the department must take Spanish 903. Both 901 and 903 count toward the ten courses required to complete the degree.
Graduate students are expected to take Spanish 997 each semester they are enrolled in the program.