Tuition rates are competitive and reductions are available: 40% for teachers of Catholic schools and 20% for teachers of other schools
The Villanova Graduate Program in Hispanic Studies prepares students to become first-rate scholars and teachers. The faculty places emphasis on providing students with a solid knowledge of literature and critical theory without neglecting a professional pedagogical training.
Courses offered range from Medieval to present, all genres from Peninsular to Latin American literature, from literary theory to cultural studies.
There are plenty of opportunities for research in Villanova’s state-of-the-art facilities. Students can work with professors on research projects
Summer research fellowships available
All professors are reputable scholars with post-doctoral training in their field, have an active research agenda, publish frequently and continue to further knowledge in their chosen areas of expertise.
The Department prides itself on its small classes and warm and friendly atmosphere in which regular and informal interaction between faculty and students is encouraged. In and out of class, students enjoy an open and supportive environment. All classes are held in the evening from 5:20-7:20 pm.
We attract a very diverse group of students who come from different parts of the world, including: Argentina, Bulgaria, Chile, Croatia, Mexico, Peru, Puerto Rico, Serbia, Spain, different regions of the United States, etc.
Our students are consistently being accepted to some of the most prestigious doctoral programs.
High school teachers are trained to teach AP literature courses in foreign languages.
Training in teaching Spanish language in the Teaching methods course
You can receive a Master of Arts, or a graduate certificate depending on your needs and wants.
Villanova University is an Institution rich in history and tradition.