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Portuguese and Brazilian Studies

Portuguese and Brazilian Studies is an interdisciplinary degree program designed to provide recent graduates as well as mature professionals holding an A.B. degree and possessing a reading and speaking knowledge of Portuguese with a humanities/social science curriculum focusing on the Portuguese-speaking world.

Additional resources: Gávea-Brown Publications; editorial offices of Brasil/Brazil: A Journal of Brazilian Literature; Gávea-Brown: A Bilingual Journal of Portuguese-American Letters and Studies; and E-journal of Portuguese History; cooperation agreements with several Brazilian and Portuguese universities.

Completion Requirements
Eight graduate courses, including two in the social sciences and two in the humanities, plus a Master's Research Project. At least three courses must focus on Portuguese literature, history and culture and at least three courses must focus Brazilian literature, history and culture. Students are expected to complete at least three of their courses via the Portuguese language. Students will satisfy a Portuguese language proficiency requirement by taking PB103 or passing a proficiency examination.

Admission Information
GRE General: Recommended
GRE Subject: Not required
Application deadline: January 4