The department offers a dual Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts in French. The dual degree opportunity enables qualified students to enroll in graduate courses late in their undergraduate program and count the coursework toward both the bachelor’s and master’s programs. More specifically: BA students can take 4 (four) graduate courses during their 3rd or 4th year (these courses count toward their BA and MA); they then complete their MA degree in 1 year after receiving their BA.
Students must be formally accepted into the dual degree program by the department and College of Arts and Sciences to be able to take graduate courses as an undergraduate. Additionally, acceptance into the dual program does not constitute admission to the master’s program. Students must fulfill regular graduate admissions requirements and apply for the master’s program following college processes.
Information about the dual program, including application instructions and program requirements, can be found at cas.gsu.edu/dual-degrees/.
Contact Rene Mondy (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone: 404.413.5000; Location: 25 Park Place 3rd Floor) for more information about the BA/MA dual degree program and your eligibility.
Contact the Director of Graduate Studies, Dr. Gladys M. Francis, to discuss course options once admitted into the BA/MA dual degree.
Graduation with Distinction in the Major
This department offers undergraduate students with the opportunity to earn the designation of graduation with distinction in the major. Please contact the department undergraduate director for the specific criteria for this honor.