The focus on language, literature, and culture in the Spanish M.A. program offers a variety of study options in order to meet the growing demand for students who seek to acquire not only a humanistic preparation in a second language but also the necessary tools for an important practical application of a second language to their future careers. These include, among many others, areas such as public and private school teaching, communications, business, law, medicine, or further graduate studies at another institution of higher learning. Enrollment in small seminars allows students to interact easily with peers and create productive mentor relationships with the faculty.
Ralph Buechler, Ph.D., Chair
Catherine Bellver, Ph.D., Graduate Coordinator
World Languages and Culture Faculty
World Languages and Cultures Courses
Master of Arts - Hispanic Studies
Graduate Certificate in Spanish Translation (On Hold)