Research: LLL 607 "Research methods in Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics" (3 credits).
Core: LLL 600 "Current Issues in Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics"(2 credits).
At least 27 credits from graduate courses in the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics ( Click here for list of courses) , 12 credits of which must be at the 600-level, as follows:
Thesis option: 27 credits of graduate course work in Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics including LLL 699 "Master's Thesis". (1-6 credits) [Available only to highly qualified graduate students at the discretion of the LLL faculty]
Non-Thesis option: 27 credits of graduate course work in Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics.
Demonstrated proficiency in a non-native language.
Successful completion of written and oral comprehensive examinations or LLL 699 "Master's Thesis" (1-6 credits).
No more than 9 transfer credits will be accepted for the M.A. program. A minimum of 23 credits must be taken within the department.
Courses in the 500 series are open to undergraduates as 400 series. Graduate students are required to do additional work of a research nature. A course taken at the 400-level may not be repeated at the 500-level.
For more information on the TESL/Language Studies M.A., Click here.