Excerpt from the official Academic Programs Catalog.
Listed below are the approved requirements for the program from the official Academic Programs Catalog.
Students must consult their advisors to learn which specific requirements apply to their degree programs.
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College of Arts and Letters Department of Romance and Classical Studies Graduate Study Applied Spanish Linguistics - Master of Arts (this program is in moratorium effective Spring 2016 through Spring 2016)
The Master of Arts Degree in Applied Spanish Linguistics is designed for students who wish to pursue advanced work in Spanish linguistics and further develop their fluency in the Spanish language. In response to the growing importance of Spanish in the United States, this program provides a broad base in the structure, usage and development of modern Spanish. Thus, the degree is designed to suit the needs of future teachers and teachers already in service, as well as students with career goals other than teaching. With its strong foundation in linguistics, the Master of Arts in Applied Spanish Linguistics also serves as preparation for doctoral level work in theoretical or applied linguistics or language acquisition.
In addition to meeting the requirements of the university and the College of Arts and Letters, students must meet the requirements specified below.
To be admitted to the Master of Arts degree in Applied Spanish Linguistics with regular status, an applicant must have:
A bachelor’s degree in Spanish or in Linguistics or a bachelor’s-equivalent degree in Spanish philology (international students) with course work in Spanish at the 400-level.
Completion of Linguistics 401 and Spanish 440 or their equivalents.
Requirements for the Master of Arts Degree in Applied Spanish Linguistics
The program is available only under Plan B (without thesis). A total of 30 credits is required for the degree. The student’s program of study must be approved by the graduate advisor. The student must complete the requirements specified below.
All of the following core courses (18 credits):
Current Approaches to Romance Language Instruction
Evolution of the Spanish Language
Topics in Hispanic Linguistics
Topics in Applied Romance Linguistics
Topics in Theoretical Romance Linguistics
Complete 6 credits from the following courses:
Special Topics in Teaching with Technology in
Arts and Humanities
1 to 3
1 to 3
Special Topics in Spanish
3 to 6
Two of the following courses (6 credits):
Introduction to Syntax
Child Language Acquisition
Advanced Studies in Sociolinguistics
Second Language Acquisition
Advanced Studies in Second Language Acquisition
Demonstrate proficiency in another Romance language (e.g. French, Italian, or Portuguese) equivalent to more than two years of college foreign language course work. This may be fulfilled by successful completion of a 300-level course taught in the second Romance language or by scoring at the Intermediate level on a nationally-normed proficiency examination.
Pass a final certifying examination based on course work and the departmental reading list for the Master of Arts Degree in Applied Spanish Linguistics.