This program is offered by the World Languages, Literatures, and Cultures Department
This MA program is designed to provide Spanish graduate students in general and current in-service teachers in particular with graduate-level coursework in Spanish language and Hispanic literature and cultures. The program consists of 30 credits and capstone (Plan A: Thesis; Plan B: Comprehensive Exams). In brief, this original program can be characterized by its flexibility, the high quality of its instruction, the state of the art technology that allows for interactivity over the Internet and the closest experience on line to a real classroom.
- The Department has established the Novice High level in speaking as the outcome for General Education courses (at level 112 in the different languages).
- Students are also expected to acquire knowledge of Products, Practices and Perspectives in the target culture, as defined by the National Standards