The City College of New York offers the Masters of Arts degree in Spanish.
Program Learning Outcomes
The CCNY Master of Arts Program in Spanish teaches and guides students to achieve the following objectives:
1.- Develop critical thinking that could be applied to interdisciplinary research
2.- Reveal control of concepts learned in courses taken and the application of such concepts in the preparation of research papers.
3.- Implement online and other conventional research tools
4.- Present research findings orally and/or in writing in a professionally compelling fashion and with appropriate citations and attributions of origins
5.- Acquire professional preparation that will enable the candidate to be competitive in the academic job market and/or in a Ph.D. program
6.- Fulfill assignments within the prescribed period of time and in accordance with established classroom norms
7.- Demonstrate competence in both standard Spanish and English, as per the individual course's requirements
8.- Integrate MLA format appropriately
Download the MA Program in Spanish Handbook - which includes comprehensive information about courses, reading lists, essay preparation, reading lists, etc.
List of Graduate Courses Offered on Spring 2013
Spanish B7807 [Sec. 1FG - code 3991]: Carribean Literature (Room SH-22) TAUGHT IN ENGLISH, ALSO OPEN TO CWE GRADUATE STUDENTS
Mondays 4:50 - 6:30 PM (3 cr./2 hrs. plus conference) Prof. Estevez
Spanish V0100 [Sec. 1HJ - code 2962]: History of Spanish Language (Room NA 6/213) Mondays 6:50 - 8:30 PM (3 cr./2 hrs. plus conference) Prof. Garcia
Spanish V5200 [Sec. 2TU - code 2963]: Contemporary Spanish Drama (Room NA 6/329) Tuesdays 6:50 - 8:30 PM (3 cr./2 hrs. plus conference) Prof. Tinajero
Spanish V6800 [Sec. 3FG - code 2964]: Spanish American Novel 2 (Room NA 4/157) Wednesdays 4:50 - 6:30 PM (3 cr./2 hrs. plus conference) Prof. Riobó
Spanish B9810 [Sec. 3HJ - code 3004]: Spanish & Latin American Masterworks (Room NA 4/517) Wednesdays 6:50 - 8:30 PM (3 cr./2 hrs. plus conference) Prof. Manrique
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