MCLLC Graduate Programs
- M.A. in Classics
- M.A. in French and Francophone Studies
- M.A. in German
- M.A. in Teaching English as a Second Language
- M.A. in Teaching World Languages
- Graduate Certificate in Latin Studies
- Graduate Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language
See also: Graduate Student Career Paths
The University Scholars Program opportunity offers particularly gifted and highly motivated students the option of integrating their undergraduate and graduate courses of study in a single continuous program culminating in both a baccalaureate and a master's degree in French and Francophone Studies, German Studies or Classics in 5 years. The total number of hours for the combined program may be as many as 12 less than the total required for the bachelor's and the master's or doctoral degrees separately. The requirements for the bachelor's degree are unaffected. Students with 15-30 AP or dual credits may be eligible for a 4-year option in French and Francophone Studies, German Studies or Classics.
Application to the program should be submitted at the end of the student's junior year, so that in the student's senior year advanced courses in Classics, French, or German count toward a Masters in those languages or toward the Masters of Teaching World Languages. More information on requirements and application instructions are found on this link: http://www.research.uky.edu/gs/prospectivestudents/admission_categories.html.
M.A. students in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages, Literatures, and Cultures may opt to pursue a concurrent degree with another program outside of the Department. Here are some examples of areas in which concurrent degrees have been ot could be pursued, but other combinations would also be possible.
- M.A. in Diplomacy and International Commerce
- M.S. in Library Science
- M.A. in Linguistic Theory and Typology
- Graduate Certificate in International Education
MCLLC students have also pursued concurrent degrees within the Department. Here are some combinations of which students have taken or could take advantage.
M.A. in Teaching World Languages and one of the following: M.A. in Classics, M.A. in French and Francophone Studies, M.A. in German, Graduate Certificate in Latin Studies, M.A. in Teaching English as a Second Language, Graduate Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language.
M.A. in Teaching English as a Second Language and one of the following: M.A. in Classics, M.A. in French and Francophone Studies, M.A. in German, Graduate Certificate in Latin Studies, M.A. in Teaching World Languages.
Nine credit hours are shared between two degrees, with the approval of both Directors of Graduate Studies.
Concurrent Master Degrees form on the Graduate School web page.