Arts & Letters Graduate Programs

Graduate programs in the College of Arts & Letters produce scholars, researchers, and teachers adept at negotiating the depth and breadth of their disciplines as well as the interconnections among disciplines. Graduate students are welcomed into a supportive community of scholars that provides a congenial environment in which to study and pursue research for theses and dissertations.

Masters Programs

Click on the links below for information on the College of Arts & Letters Masters Programs.

African American and African Studies
Applied Spanish Linguistics
Arts and Cultural Management
Critical Studies in Literacy and Pedagogy
Digital Rhetoric and Professional Writing
Foreign Language Teaching
German Studies
Hispanic Literatures
Literature in English
Studio Art
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

PHD Programs

African American and African Studies
French, Language and Literature
German Studies
Hispanic Cultural Studies
Rhetoric and Writing
Second Language Studies


Graduate Certificate in Digital Humanities
Graduate Certificate in Museum Studies
Graduate College Teaching Certification Program
Graduate College Foreign Language Teaching Certification Program