Graduation with the Ph.D. in Hispanic Linguistics requires 90 credit hours:
- A minimum of 63 credit hours of departmental coursework and M.A. transfer credits (up to 30 credits)
- Remaining credits completed by Ph.D. thesis hours (S805)
Coursework will be divided into three areas. Contact the Graduate Office of the department for the number of credits required for each of the following areas:
- Major area of concentration
- Second area of concentration
- Third area of concentration
The Ph.D. requires knowledge of two modern foreign languages or one in-depth language. You may substitute equivalent coursework in computer science or statistics for one of the languages, with the approval of the Director of Hispanic Linguistics and Director of Graduate Studies.
See the University Graduate Bulletin and consult with the Graduate Studies Office for proficiency requirements for each language.
- At least one 700-level seminar
- At least three 600-level courses in Hispanic Linguistics