Fall: July 1
Spring: November 1
Summer: April 1
Go to the Graduate School website and click on Our Programs, then click on English for information on:
- Specific English Program Admission Requirements
- English Program Retention, Dismissal, and Readmission Policies
- English Program Graduation Requirements
To Apply Online, click here.
Students may be accepted as probationary students in the Department of English. In order to be accepted as such, students must meet either the minimum GPA or GRE requirements. Moreover, students must submit a three-page essay to the Department of English, detailing (a) career goals and (b) academic interests. Probationary acceptance is provisional and at the discretion of the Graduate Committee.
|ENGL 7005||Research Methods in English Studies for Language Arts Teachers||3|
|ENGL 7200||American Literature for Language Arts Teachers||3|
|ENGL 7100||British Literature for Language Arts Teachers||3|
|ENGL 7400||Multicultural Literature for Language Arts Teachers||3|
|ENGL 7500||Creative Writing for Language Arts Teachers||3|
|ENGL 7610||Composition Theory for Language Arts Teachers||3|
|ENGL 7620||Rhetorical Theory for Language Arts Teachers||3|
|ENGL 7710||English Language Change Past and Present for Language Arts Teachers||3|
|ENGL 7720||English Grammar for Language Arts Teachers||3|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Special Topics in British Literature for Language Arts Teachers|
|Special Topics in American Literature for Language Arts Teachers|
|Special Topics in Creative Writing for Language Arts Teachers|
|History of Rhetorical Theory for Language Arts Teachers|
|Language in School, Community, and Society for Language Arts Teachers|
|The Study of English Language Learners for Language Arts Teachers and Other Professioinals|
|Electives (may include up to 3 credit hours from outside the program)||6|
|Total Required for the Degree||36|
Students seeking the M.A. in English Studies as a second master’s degree must satisfy all the requirements for the Master of Arts in English Studies.
Students wishing to obtain T-5 certification may do so after the completion of the M.A. program, provided they have a T-4 certificate and complete the professional education courses required for T-5 certification by the State Department of Education.