Graduate Program

Master of Arts in Modern Languages with Concentration in French

A 36-hour degree, designed to enhance students' competence in the French language and knowledge of the literature and culture of the French-speaking world. Specific objectives are to prepare students for a career in teaching, or in any area in private or public life in which knowledge of a modern language is essential, and to help them develop the techniques of independent research necessary for work beyond the master's level. Students will take a minimum 9 hours in the core MODL courses, along...

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Master of Arts in Modern Languages with Concentration in Spanish

A 36-hour degree, designed to enhance students' competence in the Spanish language and knowledge of the literature and culture of the Spanish-speaking world. Specific objectives are to prepare students for a career in teaching, or in any area in private or public life in which knowledge of a modern language is essential, and to help them develop the techniques of independent research necessary for work beyond the master's level. Students will take a maximum of 6 hours in the core MODL courses,...

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Fast Track Program in Modern Languages

The Fast Track Program allows outstanding undergraduate students in French or Spanish at UT Arlington to take up to three graduate courses in Spanish or French that will earn credit toward both the Bachelor's degree and the Master's degree in Modern Languages. It is designed to encourage high standards of performance, to facilitate the transition from undergraduate to graduate study, and to reduce time needed to complete the M.A.

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Graduate Teaching Assistantships

The Department of Modern Languages has graduate teaching assistantships available for graduate students in French and Spanish. You may apply to the GTA program if you are accepted unconditionally into the MODL Master’s program. Under some circumstances, a student admitted on a probationary basis may also be eligible to apply. Students accepted into the Certificate Program or admitted under a "Special" status are NOT eligible for a Graduate Teaching Assistantship.

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Scholarships

The Department of Modern Languages supports student success with merit-based scholarships for our undergraduate and graduate majors. Applications are accepted every Fall and Spring semesters.

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Graduate Advisor

Amy Austin

Graduate Advisor

Assistant Professor of Instruction in Spanish

Amy Austin

Email: amaustin@uta.edu

Office: 321 Hammond Hall