- M.A. Home
- Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies (CLCS)
- Language of Pedagogy M.A. (MALP)
- World Languages M.A. (WLMA)
The Master of Arts in World Languages combines a graduate master’s degree with licensure to teach in the public schools. Students with the requisite background will be able to teach one or two foreign languages at the secondary level, or a foreign language and another high school subject such as History, Geography, or Math. The program actively seeks to license teachers for the critical languages language (Arabic, Chinese, Hindi/Urdu, Japanese, Korean, Persian/Farsi, and Russian). Students in the program, and in particular those seeking certification in a critical language, will be strongly encouraged to participate in an intensive language study abroad program.
The purpose of the MA programis two-fold: first, to offer a graduate degree in foreign language teaching that equips candidates with excellent foreign language and pedagogy skills, and with solid subject matter knowledge; and second, to produce public school teachers who are able to teach one or two foreign languages, and in particular critical languages, or a foreign language and a high school subject.
The MA in World Languages with Secondary Teaching Licensure is designed for students who have:
For further information, please contact the Department of Languages & Literature or Johanna Watzinger-Tharp at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ATTENTION: WLMA Students seeking a TAship during their licensure semester should consult with their advisor.