Students pursuing their Master of Arts in French with BGSU can choose from a variety of ways to fulfill the program objectives. The options are:
- Study the first year of the MA program abroad in Tours, France, or Quebec, Canada (coming soon) and the second year on the BGSU campus.
- BGSU students with Advanced Undergraduate Standing can apply to the Accelerated 4 + 1 (B.A./M.A.) program in French, completing up to 9 credits of the M.A. requirements during their senior year.
- Licensed teachers are eligible for the Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) program that combines courses in French and Education
- Combine two areas of study in a three-year Dual MA program (typically with History, Spanish, German, or Political Science)
- Returned Peace Corps Volunteers are eligible to apply as Coverdell Fellows.
- Part-time students are invited to combine studies on campus on a teacher-friendly schedule with the possibility of taking graduate coursework abroad during summers.