M.A. in Second Language Acquisition
The objective of the M.A. in Second Language Acquisition (SLA) is to prepare students for both teaching and research in the area of Slavic studies with the focus on acquisition of Slavic languages. The broad exposure to different literature/culture/linguistic courses within the department and the emerging preparation for research in SLA ensure the student’s success at the Ph.D. level where SLA becomes the main focus of education and research.
To receive an M.A., students must complete the following benchmarks:
Ph.D. in Second Language Acquisition
The objective of the PhD. In SLA is to prepare students for both teaching and research in the SLA/ Bilingualism area. Additional areas of specialization may include bilingual memory, autobiographical memory in immigrants, collective memory, and immigration and identity.
To receive a Ph.D. in SLA, students must complete the following requirements: