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Master of Arts Degree

Appalachian State University offers Master’s Degrees in Romance Languages with specializations in French or Spanish Teaching. Within each language, candidates can specialize to focus on K-12 or College Teaching. The teaching Masters is a non-thesis option and involves 36 graduate hours (12 courses). Students may begin the degree in any semester--summer, spring or fall. 

Information for Applicants

Learn about our admission requirements and application deadlines, and find information about starting as a non-degree-seeking student 

Current Students

Information for enrolled students on advising, programs of study, admission to candidacy, application for graduation, and comprehensive examinations

Summer Course Offerings

Summer courses for K12 inservice teachers and qualifying students with senior standing

Meet Our Students

Jacob Sherwin

MA Student in Romance Languages, French College Teaching

Research and professional interests:
I am interested in immersion through culture in the classroom and the hopeful renaissance of language (less common languages) learning at universities.  I am also interested in the Québecois evolution and influence on today’s Canada.  Lastly, I am curious about the persecution of Huguenots during the wars of religion (Guerres de Religion) in France during the XVI century.