Our M.A. degree programs in Comparative Literature, French, Linguistics and Spanish prepare students for careers in myriad professions, for teaching at the the high school and community college levels, and for doctoral work in discipline-specific areas, as well as for broader-based Comparative Studies and Cultural Studies Ph.D. degrees. In addition, our faculty members are proud to participate in the interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Comparative Studies Program as well as certificate programs in the following areas: ESL; Jewish Studies; Classical Studies; Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies; and Caribbean and Latin American Studies. The department is home to the journal FACS (Florida Atlantic Comparative Studies).
We take pride in the quality and caliber of our faculty, whose academic profiles have earned the department multiple research and teaching awards. We are equally impressed by the accomplishments of our students, who are our inspiration. Be sure to check out both our faculty profiles and alumni news to get a flavor of what we have to offer and how our students are using their degrees after graduation.
It would be our pleasure to welcome you to our dynamic department; we invite you to explore our different programs and to stop by either in person or in cyberspace.
Interim Chair and Associate Professor of French and Comparative Literature