Master of Arts in English (MA)
|Code||Title||Semester Credit Hours|
|Research and Criticism Requirement (RCR)|
|ENGL 5381||Survey European Lit Criticism||3|
|or ENGL 5382||Theory&Pract of Lit Criticism|
|Methodology Requirement (MR) 1|
|ENGL 5300||Introduction to the Profession||3|
|or ENGL 5301||Teaching in Rhetoric & Comp|
|Literature Requirement (LR)|
|Select one course from each of the following fields and periods: 2||12|
LR1: English Literature to 1700
LR2: English Literature from 1700 to Present
LR3: American Literature to 1900
LR4: American Literature from 1900 to Present
|Select any two graduate-level English courses||6|
|ENGL 5398||Thesis I: Proposal & Research||3|
|ENGL 5399||Thesis II: Comp & Defense 4||3|
|Total Semester Credit Hours||30|
All Masters canididates who will be teaching freshman composition must register for ENGL 5301 prior to taking a teaching assignment.
Selection of courses must be approved by he student's graduate advisor before registration.
Students must have completed all 18 hours of coursework in order to be eligible to register for ENGL 5398 while co-registering for final last 3 of 6 hours of coursework (if needed) or have consent of thesis director.
Student must have completed ENGL 5398 and register for final 3 hours of coursework (if needed) to register for Thesis II or have consent of instructor.
Note: See College of Arts and Sciences - Undergraduate Degrees for information on the combined BA/MA degree in English.