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Degree Programs

Current University Catalog

 

Course Descriptions

 

Undergraduate Degrees

English

Bachelor of Arts with a major in English (BA)

Bachelor of Arts with a major in English with Grades 7 -12 Certification (BA)

Minor in English

 

History

Bachelor of Arts with a major in History (BA)

Bachelor of Arts with a major in History with Grades 7 - 12 Certification (BA)

Bachelor of Arts with majors in History and Political Science (BA)

 

Spanish

Bachelor of Arts with a major in Spanish (BA)

Bachelor of Arts with a major in Spanish with All Level Certification (BA)

Minor in Spanish-English Linguistics

Minor in Translation of English & Spanish

Language Certificate in Spanish

 

Graduate Degrees

English

Master of Arts in English (MA) (Thesis)

 

History

Master of Arts in History & Political Thought, History Concentration (MA) (Thesis)

Master of Arts in History & Political Thought, History Concentration (MA) (Non-Thesis)

Master of Arts in History & Political Thought, Political Science Concentration (MA) (Thesis)

Master of Arts in History & Political Thought, Political Science Concentration (MA) (Non-Thesis)

Master of Arts in History & Political Thought, History and Political Science Concentrations (MA) (Non-Thesis)

 

Language, Literature and Translation

Master of Arts in Language, Literature and Translation (MA) (Thesis)

 

Language, Literature, and Translation Admission Requirements

For admission to the Master of Arts Language, Literature, and Translation, applicants must:

  • Have an undergraduate GPA of 3.20 or higher.  Exceptions will be considered upon request.
  • Submit one personal statement in English and one in Spanish (approximately 500 words each) describing the reasons the student wants to enroll in the program and explaining his/her academic profile and trajectory.
  • Successfully complete an examination administered by the department, which will consist of a translation from English into Spanish and from Spanish into English of short texts. Students will be allowed to use dictionaries.

Contact

Department of Humanities
5201 University Boulevard, Pellegrino Hall 314, Laredo, TX 78041-1900
Phone: 956-326-2470 Fax: 956-326-2469 E-mail: emedrano@tamiu.edu