Spanish - International Students
Graduate work in Spanish provides students with a thorough command of another language, prepares students for scholarly research, and helps train teachers of Spanish.
The Department of Literature and Languages offers a Master of Arts in Spanish. A student pursuing this degree has two options: one option is a 30-hour course requirement, plus thesis. A second option is a non-thesis, 36-hour course requirement, plus reading knowledge of a second foreign language. Students seeking either option must perform satisfactorily on a comprehensive written and oral examination with sections devoted to prose, drama, poetry, and language.
The foreign language faculty also prepares students for the doctoral research tool proficiency in Spanish. Candidates for this examination may apply to the Department of Literature and Languages for information.
A comprehensive minor in Spanish is available for doctoral degree students majoring in supervision, curriculum, and instruction. This minor is recommended for junior and senior college teachers of foreign languages.
Required Documents for Admission
Application Packet Submission Deadline:
Application Packet Submission Deadline Information:
- To be considered for the spring semester, the deadline is October 1
- To be considered for the summer semester, the deadline is February 15
- To be consider for the fall semester, the deadline is May 15