- Doctor of Philosophy
- Master of Arts
The Spanish Graduate Program offers comprehensive knowledge of the history of the Spanish language, literary or linguistic scholarship, and competence in two other foreign languages. The faculty’s intellectual and teaching philosophy is geared toward incorporating new theoretical and scholarly models, especially cross-disciplinary methods, without ceasing to pay attention to national literatures. Faculty members bring a strong interdisciplinary focus to scholarship and teaching and participate actively in a variety of other programs at UC Davis, including graduate groups in linguistics and in cultural studies; programs in the humanities and in film studies; the Hemispheric Institute on the Americas; and the Davis Humanities Institute, through which faculty and graduate students are involved in research clusters focused on early modern studies, language and social contexts, Latin American cultural studies, Medieval studies, queer studies, and studies in performance and practice.