Romance and Classical Studies
Graduate French Studies: Overview
|Students pursuing their Master of Arts in French with BGSU typically spend their first year abroad in Tours, France, or in some cases, Quebec City, Canada, then complete their degree requirements with a second year on campus in Bowling Green, Ohio . In exceptional cases, some students can complete the entire degree on campus. For licensed teachers, we also offer a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) that combines courses in French and Education. Part-time students are invited to combine studies on campus with one or two summers in France on a teacher-friendly schedule.|
Students who seek to develop broader areas of expertise are invited to apply for our Dual MA degree programs currently offered with Spanish, German and History. Dual degrees generally take 3 years to complete and involve 1 year of study abroad for each language. Applicants must meet admissions requirements and be accepted into both programs. Dual degree students receive substantial financial support all 3 years. Dual Degrees.
For more information about specific dual degree options, contact the graduate coordinators of the disciplines involved and consult the Graduate Catalog under "Dual Master's Degree."
We invite you to contact us about the unique opportunity of living and studying in la belle Touraine or, closer at hand, le Québec with its commitment to cultural memory: Je me souviens. Deborah Schocket, Graduate Coodinator, French. Nora Solomon, Coordinator, Education Abroad