Flexible classes. Expert faculty.
Whatever your career aspirations, UToledo’s master’s program in world languages can be designed to meet your goals.
The University of Toledo tailors its master’s program in world languages to your needs — whether you want to become a translator or you’re a high school language teacher who wants to stay up-to-date on the culture and literature for the language you teach.
UToledo’s broad curriculum includes creative writing components, as well as culture, film, literature and translation courses. Our world languages languages and cultures faculty members are active research scholars who engage students in their research.
We prepare students for further doctoral studies or for careers in teaching and research. UT students in our world languages master’s program go on to be leaders in education and research programs, interpreters, translators and business professionals.
Study abroad. UToledo is a board member of the University Studies Abroad Consortium. The programs offered by USAC are among the most affordable and highest quality of any study abroad programs. All UT faculty members have direct relationships with the on-site directors of the programs and so can better advise students and follow their progress. All study abroad programs offer internship opportunities.
Flexibility. UToledo offers late afternoon and evening classes to accommodate our graduate students’ work schedules.
Financial support. Our master’s program in world languages offers graduate assistantships.
State-of-the-art learning lab. UToledo’s Foreign Language Learning Center offers tools and resources for master’s students, including:
Graduate options. UToledo offers a master of arts and education degree in a World Language: French, Spanish and German. The program is geared toward those who are already licensed as teachers but who want advanced knowledge in a language. M.A.E. students take both education and language courses.
Graduates of UToledo’s master’s program in French, Spanish and German have gone on to doctoral programs at:
Our graduates find jobs as:
Alumni of our M.A. programs in world languages have found positions with:
"I have been to Buckingham Palace and met with the queen. I have been to Russia and met with the president. I have been the pastry chef for two presidents of the United States. I received all that I needed to navigate those spaces at The University of Toledo."
Bill Yosses was the White House executive pastry chef from 2007-14. He was named the Outstanding Alumnus for the College of Arts and Letters in 2014.
B.A. French ’74
UToledo faculty members in the Department of World Languages and Cultures emphasize teaching, research and sharing scholarly activities with students and colleagues.
Faculty members have earned national and international reputations. They:
Our faculty has expertise in: