M.A. in English: Rhetoric and Writing Concentration (EN.RW.NTT.MA; EN.RW.TT.MA)
|Requirements (3 credits)|
|EN-502||Seminar in Literary Research||3|
|Literature Before 1800 (3 credits)|
|Select one course designated with the Course Type: EN.1||3|
|Literature After 1800 (3 credits)|
|Select one course designated with the Course Type: EN.2||3|
|Ethnic, Multicultural and World Literatures (3 credits)|
|Select one course designated with the Course Type: EN.3||3|
|Rhetoric and Writing (12 credits)|
|EN-546||History and Theory of Rhetoric I||3|
|or EN-547||History and Theory of Rhetoric II|
|Select two courses designated with Course Type: EN.RW||6|
|Thesis or Capstone (6 credits)|
|EN-691||English Thesis Development||3|
Or for Capstone, 500+ level English course with course type EN.RW
|EN-692||English Thesis Writing||3|
Or for Capstone, 500+ level English course with course type EN.RW and:
|EN-ESS||English Master's Essay||0|
- Possession of a baccalaureate degree with a minimum 2.75 GPA; fifteen or more credits in literature or a related field strongly recommended.
- An application essay of 1,000 words describing your interest in this program, what you hope to accomplish, and how you think the program will fit into your academic and career goals.
- A writing sample in the form of a paper that best represents your academic work.
- Two letters of recommendation. Letters from current or former professors recommended; if these are unavailable, letters may be sought from current colleagues, or a current or recent supervisor.