MA in Spanish

This freestanding degree gives enough flexibility to allow students to prepare for admission in doctoral programs or follow careers in academia, government, business or the nonprofit sector.  Alumni have launched their careers in fields such as teaching, academic administration, social work, speech and language pathology.  Credits must include:

●      Two courses in Spanish or Latin American civilization and culture
●      Three language/linguistics courses
●      6560 Literary Analysis
●      Three literature courses (6560 may not be counted as one of these)
●      Three electives (candidates preparing for a teaching career are advised to take at least one course in the area of professional preparation)
●      Symposium presentation (assessment requirement)

Choose one specialization:

Literature

●      Two courses in civilization and culture
●      Three courses in language/linguistics
●      One 6560 course
●      Six courses in literature

Teaching Methodology

• Two courses in civilization and culture
• Three courses in language/linguistics
• One 6560 course
• Three courses in literature
• Three courses in professional preparation

Linguistics

●     Two courses in civilization and culture
●     Three courses in literature
●     One 6560 course
●     Six courses in language/linguistics

Generalist

●     Two courses in civilization and culture
●     Three courses in language/linguistics
●     One 6560 course
●     Three courses in literature
●     Three elective courses distributed across the various fields

School of Spanish

Sunderland Language Center
Middlebury College
F: 802.443.2075

Mailing address
School of Spanish
14 Old Chapel Road
Middlebury College
Middlebury, VT  05753

Audrey LaRock, Coordinator
6-week Program

P: 802.443.5539
spanishgraduate@middlebury.edu