Master of Arts in French Language and Literature Program By Boston University | Top Universities

Master of Arts in French Language and Literature

Master of Arts in French Language and Literature

Boston University

Charles River Campus, Boston, United States
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  • Study Level Masters
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The MA in French Language and Literature seeks to have each student develop an advanced knowledge of French and Francophone literature, its history, and major works, and a sound knowledge of the traditions, aims, and methods of scholarly research in the field. While many MA graduates go on to doctoral study in literature, others pursue careers in education or in fields where command of French offers professional value, such international law, public health, development, and business. Advanced proficiency in French is a prerequisite for admission to the program; please see the department website for details of supporting documentation to be submitted at the time of application. Course Requirements A minimum of eight semester courses (32 credits) at the 500 level or above, including at least one seminar each semester. Two semester courses (8 credits) in a related field may be taken with the advisor’s approval. Language Requirement Degree candidates are expected to possess a sound command of written and spoken French. In cases of serious deficiencies, students may be required to take additional courses in language without receiving degree credit.

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