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MA in Foreign Languages with concentration in Spanish or French

The department of Foreign Languages and Literatures offers a non-thesis Master of Arts degree in Foreign Languages with the option of a concentration in either French or Spanish.  **Please note that the program no longer offers a Master of Arts in Spanish or Master of Arts in French; these two programs have been consolidated under the name "Master of Arts in Foreign Languages." However, the program content is essentially unchanged. Students pursuing a Master's in Foreign Languages with a concentration in Spanish will have a majority of the coursework in Spanish and likewise for the French concentration.**

In addition, practicing teachers at the K-12 level who have an initial (A) license can earn the advanced (M) license as part of their Master's degree. For complete information consult the links below and on the side navigation bar.

Director of Graduate Programs - Dr. Scott Despain

Graduate Services Coordinator - Britany Howell