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MA in Foreign Languages with concentration in Spanish or French

The department of FFLL Graduatesoreign Languages and Literatures offers a non-thesis Master of Arts degree in Foreign Languages and Literatures with a concentration in either French or Spanish.

We offer courses in literature, culture, linguistics, second-language acquistion and teaching methodology. Students can focus on one particular area, or take courses in a variety of areas. 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. We offer support (stipend, tuition and health) for up to 10 new full-time students each year. For complete information about the program consult the links below and on the navigation bar to the left.

Director of Graduate Programs - Dr. Scott Despain

Graduate Services Coordinator - Ms. Valerie Batta - 919-513-7446

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