Welcome to the Master's of Arts in Language Teaching (MALT)
Welcome to the Master of Arts in Language Teaching website. The Master of Arts in Language Teaching (MALT) program is a multidisciplinary 36 credit-hour graduate degree offered by the Department of Foreign Languages in conjunction with faculty members from the Department of English and the College of Education. It draws from faculty who teach French, German, Spanish, English, linguistics, literature, culture, TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages), language teaching methods, teacher education, and instructional technology offering concentrations in French, German, Spanish and TESOL. The MALT program involves a sequence of graduate courses in language, language acquisition, and pedagogy designed to reinforce and build upon the language skills and knowledge of target language culture(s) of educators.Feel free to browse this page for specific information about the many facets of UNO’s MALT Program.
If you have any questions that you cannot find answers to on this website, please do not hesitate to contact me. We hope you enjoy learning about our program.
MALT Graduate Program Chair
The following courses are required for all MALT concentrations:
The following courses are required for the French concentration:
The following courses are required for the German concentration:
The following courses are required for the Spanish concentration:
The following courses are required for the TESOL concentration:
Visit this website for application procedures and admission requirements: http://unomaha.smartcatalogiq.com/en/2013-2014/Graduate-Catalog/Graduate-Degree-Programs-Certificates-Minors/Language-Teaching
A Graduate Teaching Assistantship (GTA) is available on a competitive basis for the academic year with current stipends of $12,775 (paid equally over ten months) and includes a tuition waiver for up to 12 hours a semester. The GTA requires 20 hours of work per week. Applications are due to the department secretary on March 15th. To download the department’s GTA application click here.
For detailed information about Graduate Teaching Assistantships visit this website: http://www.unomaha.edu/graduate-studies/financing-your-degree/assistantships.php
Other forms of financial aid such as scholarships and loans are also available for graduate students, visit the following website: