M.A. in Languages and Cultures - French Concentration

College of Arts and Humanities
Core Curriculum
LNC 501Linguistic Studies3
LNC 502Interpretive Strategies3
LNC 503Cultural Studies3
Language Area Concentration 24
Exit Requirement 1
Total Minimum Credits Required33

French Concentration

Communication Area Courses6
Select six credits from the following:
Oral Proficiency
Writing Proficiency
Cultural Studies Courses6
Select six credits from the following:
French Business Culture
Francophone Literature & Culture
French Theater
French Narrative
Contemporary France
French Civilization
Topics in French Literature and Language
Topics in French Literature
Topics in French Literature
French Film Studies
Electives in Target Language 6
Select two courses from the Communication Area Courses and Cultural Studies Courses.
Select any two courses in French from the Communication Area Courses and Cultural Studies Courses. Additional options selected in consultation with the Graduate Coordinator include Study Abroad for up to 6 graduate credits in French, or courses in another language, including German, Spanish, TESOL, Linguistics, Language Pedagogy, or an internship in the target language (LAN 525). Graduate courses in the College of Education and Social Work are also possible electives. Please see the MATESOL program for electives from the graduate ESL courses. Elective courses include (but are not limited to):
Internship in Foreign Languages
Methods and Materials of Research in Second Language Education
Techniques of Second Language Teaching
Introduction to Bilingual/Bicultural Education
Intro Applied Linguistics-For Lang Major
Computer Applications for Language Learning
Seminar In Second Language Education
Implicit / Explicit Instruction and Corrective Feedback
Second Language (L2) Vocabulary Learning and Teaching
20th Century German Culture
Post-Wall German Literature and Film
Postwar German Literature and Film
Survey of German Film
German Society: Dramatic texts: Wilhelmine era to the Present
Contemporary German Literature
Austrian Literature and Culture
German Linguistics
German Literary Genres from the Middle Ages to the Fin-de-Siecle
Spanish Phonetics and Applied Linguistics
Spanish Through Time and Space
Advanced Spanish Grammar and Stylistics
Living in Two Languages
Contemporary Latin America
Spanish Comedia of the Golden Age
Spanish Literature of the Golden Age (Novel and Poetry)
Colonial Latin American Literature
Shaping National Identity in Latin America
Contemporary Latin American Literature
Latin American Theatre
Mapping Latin America: From Jungle to City
Hispanic Women Writers
Art and Culture of Spain
Seminar I
Seminar II
Violence in Latin American Cinema
Adaptation: Literature to Film in Latin America
Nobel Laureates in Hispanic Letters