Master of Arts (MA)


As a student in our programs, you will participate in rethinking traditions of world literature, culture, and language. Our various programs provide you with historical coverage of national traditions and the theoretical foundations and methods of contemporary literary criticism paired with an emphasis in Second Language Acquisition. We offer Master of Arts degrees in World Languages and Cultures (with emphasis in Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies (CLCS), Spanish, and French), a Master of Arts degree in World Languages (includes Utah certification), and a Master of Arts degree in Language Pedagogy. Students pursuing a higher degree in the Department of World Languages and Cultures work among nationally renowned specialists in their fields, as well as exceptional scholars from 14 national language traditions who participate in the graduate program through CLCS.

Last Updated: 8/31/16