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The Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures offers MA programs to develop cultural, linguistic, literary, and pedagogical proficiency in a variety of languages. Please see below:
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This flexible Master's program is offered in Spanish and French and has three options: a single major (30 credits), major/minor (36 credits), and a double major (42 credits). The program offers students an in-depth study of the target culture(s) and literature(s). Students who complete this program find that the additional exposure to the language and the literature has prepared them for positions requiring target language fluency and general familiarity with the target culture such as teaching, international business, and government. The program also prepares students for study at the PhD level in international literature or (especially in the case of those who elect the major/minor or double major option) in comparative literature.
Major Fields: French and Spanish
Minor Fields: French, German, Spanish, Russian, Latin, and Italian Literatures, and Applied Linguistics/Pedagogy
This Master's program is offered in Spanish and French and has three options: a single major (30 credits), a major/minor (36 credits), and a double major (42 credits). The MA in Languages, Literatures, Cultures, and Pedagogy is a flexible degree that can provide students with all the courses required for teaching certification in French or Spanish, except for student teaching, which is an undergraduate course of 9 credit hours. Students already certified can take as many as 15 credit hours in world language pedagogy courses or closely related fields. All students take at least half their courses in the world language and literature of their major field (French or Spanish). This program also prepares students for study at the PhD level in the field of Applied Linguistics.
Minor Fields: French, German, Spanish, Russian, Latin, and Italian Literatures, and Applied Linguistics/Pedagogy.
Certification is granted by individual states, not by the university. For information regarding requirements (including Praxis exams, background checks, etc.) and procedures, visit the UD Teacher Education website.
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Undergraduates in the University of Delaware ECE and ETE majors may apply for admission to the 4+1 program after completing 60 or more credits (normally, in the fall of their junior year). Admission decisions will be based on GPA, work experiences, letters of recommendation, extracurricular activities, maturity, and a personal interview. There is also a proficiency requirement in the target world language (Minimum: Intermediate-Mid on the ACTFL Oral Proficiency Interview, or 43 points on the Versant Language Assessment).
It is generally expected that students will have an undergraduate GPA of at least 3.25 and a major GPA of 3.5 or better, and they will have an academic advisor who will strongly support his or her application to the program. Admission is competitive, so meeting the minimum requirements for admission does not guarantee admission, nor does the failure to meet a requirement result in an automatic rejection. Provisional admittance will be granted by the Office of Graduate and Professional Education. Upon completion of the undergraduate degree, the provisional status would be removed.
Please refer to the degree requirements for each program for additional information.
Both the 4+1 MA and the MA in Italian Studies require the completion of 30 credits in classes offered in Italian, Art History, English, Fashion and Apparel Studies, Languages, Literatures and Cultures, and Latin. This degree offers students a way to apply their language learning in fields related to their future careers. Students will improve their Italian proficiency in written communication skills, as well as develop critical thinking skills and engage in interdisciplinary study. The program requires a thesis, completed in the last semester of study, which allows students to gain research experience with faculty scholars in a particular field of interest. Please refer to the degree requirements for each program for additional information.