The Graduate Program in Spanish features a wide variety of courses in literature, linguistics, film studies, history, culture, and pedagogy, among other topics, taught by faculty who are active researchers in their fields. With graduate students from the United States, Latin America, and Spain, the graduate program brings together dedicated students with diverse backgrounds and professional and academic experiences.
Many of our graduate courses in Spanish are taught in the evening which allows us to serve traditional as well as non-traditional students. We offer a number of teaching assistantships and tuition scholarships to incoming students on a competitive basis.
The Department of World Languages and Cultures offers three programs at the graduate level:
We invite you to explore our programs and all that UNCW offers. If you are interested in our program, have questions, or would like to schedule an appointment or campus visit please send an email to Dr. Brian Chandler, coordinator of graduate programs in Spanish.