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College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Modern and Classical Language Studies
109 Satterfield Hall
The Master of Arts in Latin consist of two concentrations: Literature and Applied Linguistics and Pedagogy.
Official transcript(s), goal statement, three letters of recommendation and a 5-10 page writing sample in English (research paper or essay), which should be accompanied by a signed declaration that the sample is original work and that the applicant received no help in its preparation.
Applied Linguistics and Pedagogy: Students must successfully complete 36 semester hours of coursework and a final project, a portfolio, or a comprehensive examination. Additionally, students will complete an exit oral interview and an exit essay examination. Specific course requirements include LAT 66211 and CLAS 51006 or CLAS 51301 plus 6 hours of courses in Latin literature and Roman culture/civilization, of which 3 hours must be literature courses (12 hours).
Study Abroad/Away Opportunities
Students are encouraged to enroll in study-abroad programs (limit 6 hours) and in specialized workshops in advanced language or pedagogy (limit 4 hours). Departmental permission must be obtained before enrolling in such programs.
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