United States Online Master Degrees in Language
If you're interested in learning about other cultures around the world, a language masters degree might be a good fit. This degree will help improve your speaking, writing and teaching skills in another language.
University of Colorado - Boulder
Requires 32 hours of approved graduate study, including a 2-hour Capstone course focused on a publishable research project, potentially during a summer internship.
New York University
.The online M.S. in Translation offers a rigorous curriculum that prepares you to become an effective professional translator by providing an in-depth overview of translation theory, while also addressing the more practical aspects of translation as...
Mississippi State University
Mid-America Christian University
(Equivalent to the Master of Arts in Leadership and taught in Spanish)...
University of Nebraska - Kearney
The MAE in Spanish Education is designed for K-12 Spanish teachers who would like to continue their education through the study of an online graduate degree in Spanish education.
University of Texas System
The 48-credit MFA in Creative Writing, offered by UT El Paso, prepares writers for publishing, teaching, and editing careers.
University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College, The
The Spanish Translation and Interpreting is the only such degree program in Texas and the only completely online program in the United States.
Indiana State University
GENERAL PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Department of Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics offers a flexible program in which a student may a combination of linguistics, TESL/TEFL, and Spanish. With extra coursework and one year of teaching experience, thi...
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Rutgers University of New Jersey
An intensive program that can be completed totally online or in a combination of course platforms – online, hybrid, on-campus.
Central Connecticut State University
The Modern Languages Department offers Master of Science and Master of Arts degree programs for teachers and other qualified persons wishing to pursue language and literature studies at the graduate level.