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Department of Modern Languages and Literature

MA in Spanish  

Degree Requirements

 

 

and 6 hours from the same discipline outside the Department or from the AP Literature Certificate Program (see 10 hourscan be taken several times as long as the description or topic for each course is different (Consult with the Graduate advisor). Because classes vary per semester, in order to accomplish the concentration credit courses, the students can take any other graduate Spanish course in his/her specific area of concentration or an Independent Study (SPAN 6398) if apply (Maximum 1). Some of the courses are:

Literature

Spanish 6339    Special Studies in Spanish-American Literature

Spanish 6341    Special Studies in Spanish Literature

Spanish 6345    Latina/o Literature in the United States

Linguistics

Spanish 6307   Advanced Spanish Grammar and Composition for the Classroom Teacher

Spanish 6313   History of the Spanish Language

Spanish 6344   Problems and Issues Related to Language

Spanish 6348   Language in Health Services

Spanish 6350   Special Studies in Spanish Linguistics

Literature and Linguistics

Spanish 6339   Special Studies in

Spanish 6341   Special Studies in Spanish Literature

Spanish 6345   Latinalo Literature in the United States

Spanish 6307   Advanced Spanish Grammar and Composition for the Classroom Teacher

Spanish 6313   History of the Spanish Language

Spanish 6344   Problems and Issues Related to Language

Spanish 6348   Language in Health Services

Spanish 6350   Special Studies in Spanish Linguistics

Designated electives 3 hours

Choose 3 hours from Literature if Linguistics concentration is selected

Choose 3 hours from Linguistics if Literature concentration is selected

(9 hours from Lit and 9 hours from Lings)Spanish-American Literature

Options 

Thesis Option: 6 hours

Complete the following:

Spanish 7300  Thesis

Spanish 7301  Thesis

(The above classes

6 hourscan not be taken during the same semester)

 

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Required Courses  

Complete the following:

Spanish 6300         Research and Bibliography

Spanish 6301         Fundamentals of Spanish Linguistics

Spanish 6302          Literary Criticism and Cultural Theory

Spanish 7100          Directed Research in Language and Culture /Non thesis option

Concentration 18 hours

Choose 18 hours from literature, linguistics, or a combination of literature and linguistics. Certain courses

Degree requirements: 37 hours (Non thesis Option)/ 36 hours (Thesis Option)

31 in Spanish