Applicants are required to submit official transcripts, curriculum vitae, three letters of reference, and statement of purpose in English or French. All applications will be reviewed by the Graduate Studies Committee.
Fully-qualified candidates are required to complete a minimum of 45 credits.
For course descriptions, see the Classics, Modern Languages and Linguistics Courses page.
credits chosen from Hispanic Studies MA Thesis or Hispanic Studies MA Research Paper
1. Subject matter in “topics” courses varies from term to term and from year to year. Details of the courses to be given together with their respective course contents will be available at the beginning of the academic year.
2. In consultation with the Graduate Program Director, students may replace up to 6 credits of reading courses, or credits at the graduate level in another discipline. Permission of the Graduate Program Director of the respective program must also be granted. Interdisciplinary courses, where relevant to the student’s program, may include courses at the graduate level in the Departments of Communication Studies, Education, English, Études françaises, Philosophy, Sociology and Anthropology, and Religions and Cultures. Approval of courses from these departments will be sought on a per-case basis.
Elective courses may also be chosen from the following courses:
Topics in Applied Linguistics and the Pedagogy of Spanish
Topics in Spanish Translation
Topics in Critical Thinking and Theory
Topics in the Subject and Identity
Topics in Exile and Marginality
Topics in History of Ideas in the Hispanic World
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