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The University of Houston World Cultures and Literatures minor and major allow students to explore global cultures with a focus on a specific world region, theme (such as gender or cinema studies), or language.
Ancient Cultures Studies, Middle Eastern Studies, Global Cinema Studies, Global Modernity Studies, German Studies, Francophone Cultures Studies, Italian Studies.
M.A.’s areas of concentration: Chinese, French, German, Italian, European Cultural Studies with French, German or Italian Core, Latin American and Latino Cultural Studies, Comparative Literary and/or Cultural Studies, Global Cinema Studies
Montclair State University Virtual Information Sessions for Prospective International Students
The program in German & Scandinavian Studies at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst offers graduate work leading to the degrees of Master of Arts (M.A.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in German Studies.
Our strengths are in interdisciplinary literary and cultural studies, including Black German Studies, Cultural and Intellectual History, Film Studies, GDR Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies, German-Jewish Studies, Holocaust Studies, Medieval Studies, Minority Studies, Theater and Performance Studies, Transnationalism, and Turkish German Studies. We are home to the DEFA Film Library, a research center focusing on film related to East Germany. Our resources are enhanced by the Five Colleges, the Yiddish Book Center, and exchange programs with universities in Germany, Sweden, Denmark, and Austria.
Admitted students may be eligible for a multi-year funding package in the form of Teaching Assistantships, which include full tuition credit, health insurance, and an annual stipend.
The annual deadline for applications for fall admissions is January 15.
For questions about graduate programs in German Studies, please contact the Graduate Program Director: Sara Jackson (email@example.com)
For questions about the graduate application system, please contact the University of Massachusetts Graduate Student Service Center (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Duke University Master of Science in Global Health program
Name of Event: Duke Master of Science in Global Health Live Chat
October 13, 2021; 12 – 1 p.m. ET
November 10, 2021; 12 – 1 pm ET
December 8, 2021; 12 – 1 p.m. ET
January 12, 2022; 12 – 1 p.m. ET
February 9, 2022; 12 – 1 p.m. ET
Have questions about Duke’s M.S. in Global Health program? Let’s chat.
Finding the right program to help you launch your global health career is critical, and there is a lot to consider when selecting a program. We’re happy to answer any questions you may have about the application, the admissions process or different aspects of Duke’s Master of Science in Global Health.
California State University Long Beach envisions changing lives by expanding educational opportunities, championing creativity, and preparing leaders for a changing world. Come live and learn amongst the nearly 40,000 students from across the U.S. and around the world. Declare your journey.
CSULB offers many graduate programs. Please view the options by opening the link below:
California State University, Long Beach is a 322-acre campus home to top-notch professors, successful alumni, and a diverse student population ready to take on the world with a highly regarded education.
DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS IN GERMAN STUDIES (BROWN UNIVERSITY)
The Department of German Studies at Brown University invites applications to its Ph.D. program, focused on the areas of German literature, literary theory and aesthetics.
The Department of German Studies at Brown is a vibrant and close-knit community known for its work in German literature and philosophy. The Ph.D. program in German Studies emphasizes questions of theoretical literary studies including literature, philology and philosophy as well as fundamental problems of aesthetics, poetics, rhetoric, psychoanalysis and critical theory. The Department collaborates closely with related departments such as Comparative Literature, Modern Culture and Media, Philosophy, History and the interdisciplinary and innovative Cogut Institute for the Humanities.
The program reflects the unique “open curriculum” at Brown which allows students to take courses across fields and disciplines. Students work across disciplines to fashion an individually inflected course of study. Ph.D. students are eligible to apply for the Open Graduate Education program, in which they have the opportunity to complete a Master’s degree in a related department, providing strong interdisciplinary professional qualifications. Other opportunities for innovative, interdisciplinary research include: the Mellon-funded Collaborative Humanities Fellowship, the Cogut Institute Fellowship, and the Pembroke Center Fellowship.
Founded in 1764, Brown University is among the most respected universities in the U.S.. It is one of the 8 Ivy League universities in the U.S. and is located in Providence, Rhode Island. Providence is a vibrant New England city close to the Atlantic coast, near Boston and a 3-hour train ride to New York.
Financial support is guaranteed for 6 years for students in good standing and includes health insurance. Normal support consists of a combination of fellowship and teaching, thus ensuring that graduates are well trained for a professional career in the instruction of German language and literature.
For more information on the program and application procedure, please join faculty at our Virtual Information Session, scheduled to take place on October 29, 2021 at 1pm (EDT):
The Master of Global Studies (MGS) program is designed to prepare students for internationally oriented careers in the public, private and non-profit sectors, as well as for doctoral studies in political science and related disciplines. It provides broad exposure to theories of international relations and comparative politics, along with the opportunity to develop expertise in specific world regions and topics. Students can potentially combine the degree with a graduate certificate in an area such as defense and strategic studies, homeland security, or international business. Qualified students of all majors are welcome to apply and there are no prerequisite courses.
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Program deadline: December 31, 2021
Kean University’s M.A. in Holocaust and Genocide Studies offers an exceptional opportunity to work with graduate faculty as mentors and meet with visiting scholars and changemakers.
One of only four graduate programs of its kind in the U.S.
**Students regularly convene with faculty in small, intimate gatherings, debating critical questions that matter.
**Scholarships and project stipends are available.
**Most students complete the program in 18 to 24 months.
Questions: Call Dr. Klein, Director, at 201-783-5393
Ready to apply: apply.kean.edu
The Master of Arts in Education provides many opportunities for educators to expand their teaching skills and knowledge. The Master of Arts in Education program is designed for working educators, enabling them to strengthen their knowledge, subject specialization, and professional outlook through a University of Michigan-Dearborn degree.
The M.A. in Education is a 30-credit hour program with courses offered in the evening and online. The M.A. in Education offers the opportunity to pursue an additional endorsement in addition to earning a graduate-level degree. Students could earn a master’s degree with or without an endorsement. A valid Michigan Teaching Certificate is only required if students are seeking an endorsement as part of their program.
There are two concentrations within the M.A. in Education program that can be completed fully online. The M.A. in Education with Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) and the M.A. in Education without an additional endorsement can both be completed online. This program prepares educators for the renewal of a Standard Certificate or the upgrade to a Professional Education Certificate.
M.A. in Education with TESOL (Online)
M.A. in Education with English as a Second Language (ESL) endorsement
Program Deadline: November 1 (Early Action) and February 15 (Regular Decision)
The Master of Arts in Teaching Program uses a reflective, collaborative and justice-oriented approach to prepare teachers who create productive learning environments, critically reflect on their teaching and student learning, and interrogate their own biases and confront inequities in schools. As a teacher candidate in our M.A.T. program you will have the opportunity to explore questions related to this work, such as: How can I create a productive learning environment to meaningfully engage my students? How can I foster students’ academic, social, and emotional development? How can I learn from and improve my teaching? How can I confront bias and inequity in my school? You will experience intentional school-based placements, small collaborative classes, active development of cultural competence, and personal mentoring from faculty members and local school teachers.
In one academic year, candidates earn Washington state residency certification and a master’s degree. You can earn endorsements in K-8 Elementary Education, Music Education, or Secondary Education (math, science, history, social studies, English Language Arts).
The MA and PhD Programs in Arabic and Islamic Studies offer advanced training in the disciplines of Arabic Linguistics, Arabic Literature (Modern and Classical), and Islamic Studies (Intellectual History, Theology, Law) with an emphasis on the close reading and interpretation of primary sources, whether linguistic or textual, modern or classical. The department strives to educate students in current theoretical, critical and cultural scholarly approaches as tools to explore and analyze primary sources and linguistic data and to evaluate and challenge secondary scholarship. In forming the new generation of research scholars in our fields, we strive to give them the linguistic and critical tools necessary for original and creative scholarship. Our PhD students typically go on to academic careers, often beginning with post-doctoral fellowships, with tenure-track university appointments or in other research institutions.
All U.S. and international PhD students who submit applications for full-time enrollment by scholarship deadline are considered for funding. The five-year PhD scholarship package includes teaching assistantships with a stipend, full tuition support for 9-credits per semester, and health insurance. Both MA and PhD students are eligible for Language Study Scholarships, Conference Travel Grants, and Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships. MA students are eligible for hourly teaching or research assistant positions.