This master can be completed in one year and offers advanced training in the field of French and Latin studies, in particular in relation to linguistics and literature.
Depending upon the electives they choose, the students will acquire more specialised skills, either in the field of French or the field of Latin.
- hold a bachelor’s degree;
- can provide evidence of proficiency in the following subjects (modern languages and literature (French); ancient languages and literature (Latin), philosophy, history and historical criticism, arts and civilisations, linguistic and literary theory, modern languages and literature).
Your future job
Students of this course perform a variety of roles for which their education has provided them with the necessary polyvalence, precision and capacity to learn.
They become teachers, researchers, book retailers, journalists and advisors; they work in communication, expert assessment or the civil service, and perform roles in the finance and voluntary sectors, etc.. They organise events, create publications and manage document resources, etc..
The course is made up of:
- a core curriculum (45 credits), comprised of modern language and literature and ancient language and literature lessons, and the final assignment;
- an elective worth 15 credits.