Master of Arts in French and Francophone Studies Program By Carleton University |Top Universities

Master of Arts in French and Francophone Studies

Master of Arts in French and Francophone Studies

  • QS World University Rankings
    601-650
  • Degree MA
  • Study Level Masters
  • Duration 24 months
We offer graduate students an intimate and collegial environment that fosters a comparative and interdisciplinary approach to French and francophone studies. Students can focus on a variety of specializations such as sociolinguistics or Caribbean literatures, Acadian French or French-based creoles, Québécois literature (including New France) and contemporary French fiction, among other topics. The Department of French is home to the Centre for Transnational Cultural Analysis, an interdisciplinary research unit, and also hosts a yearly graduate conference, organized by and for students. Collaborative specializations in African Studies and Digital Humanities are also available.