Languages Graduate Programs
The master of science degree program in health care interpretation (MSHCI) is designed to meet the demands of nationally certified sign language interpreters desiring a master’s degree specific to working in health care environments.
Requires 32 hours of approved graduate study, including a 2-hour Capstone course focused on a publishable research project, potentially during a summer internship.
An intensive program that can be completed totally online or in a combination of course platforms – online, hybrid, on-campus.
St. John's College is the premier great books college in the United States.
The Department of English at Oklahoma State University offers a comprehensive program leading to both an M.A. in English with an option in Teaching En...
The TESL/Applied Linguistics faculty is internationally recognized in the field and has extensive experience in instruction and teacher education both...
The curriculum for this program is designed to address three of the principal environments where translation and interpretation (English-Spanish and Spanish-English) are currently needed, and will be more intensely needed in the future; that is, lega...
Bryn Mawr's M.A. program combines campus study in seminars with summer study in the Institut d'Etudes francaises d'Avignon.
The Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures’ graduate program in Spanish is designed to provide students with a broad background in Spanish language, literature, culture and language teaching methodology.