DePaul's innovative new MA programs in Modern Languages provide
students with a customizable, flexible curriculum to develop advanced
linguistic and cultural expertise in a language and to apply that
expertise in the disciplinary or professional contexts of their choice.
Whether in the global village of today's world or in multiethnic
communities such as Chicago, this advanced expertise is an increasingly
valuable personal and professional asset, requiring appropriate training
and credentials. The MA programs especially seek to serve adult
professionals (government employees, social workers, healthcare
providers, businesspeople, or certified K-12 teachers) whose careers
require this applied expertise.
The Department of Modern Languages offers the following graduate programs:
For a list of the courses students in the graduate program might complete, please check our course catalog. All of our 300-level undergraduate courses are cross-listed with our 400-level graduate courses. The 400-level language courses are the courses which our language graduate students would complete. All courses listed in the course catalog are not offered every term or year, so students should check in with the program director of each language program for more class scheduling details.
Additional information regarding graduate programs in the Department of Modern Languages can be found in the MA handbook. The handbook outlines information students will need to know to successfully complete their program requirements, such as the portfolio requirement, service learning, advising and other resources to help students make the most of their DePaul experience.