Teaching French as a Foreign Language | M.A. in Paris & NY
United States: New York
Turn your love of language into an exciting career. Spend two semesters in Paris, where you'll immerse yourself in French language and culture. Then complete your master's degree at NYU's Greenwich Village campus in New York City, where you'll study pedagogy and gain experience as a student teacher in public schools. Our unique, two-year master's degree program in Teaching French as a Foreign Language leads to initial New York State teacher certification in Teaching French as a Foreign Language (grades 7-12) and requires an undergraduate major or minor in French language or literature.
The M.A. degree program in Teaching French as a Foreign Language is a joint degree program offered by NYU in Paris; NYU Graduate School of Arts and Science's Department of French; and NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development's Department of Teaching and Learning.
An undergraduate major or minor in French language or literature is required.
A Special Partnership at NYU
As a student in this 47-credit M.A. program, you'll benefit from the expertise and resources of two premier departments at NYU - the Department of French and their NYU in Paris program in the Graduate School of Arts and Science and Steinhardt's Department of Teaching and Learning. You'll earn a joint M.A. degree from both Schools and be eligible for initial New York State teacher certification in teaching French as a foreign language, grades 7-12.
Bachelor of Arts
Cost in US$:
Approximately USD1,300 per credit
This Program is open to
Scholarships are Available
All students enrolled in this program receive a 30% tuition reduction. Students may also be eligible for a federal teach grant, which provides USD4,000 a year for those willing to teach in low-income areas.
Application Process Involves
- Letters of Reference
- Online Application
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