M.A. in English
The Master of Arts in English is a 36-hour, graduate-level degree in English language and literature. The purpose of the program is to equip students, within a Christian, biblical worldview, to pursue further studies in English language arts at the doctoral level, as well as to prepare for careers related to the field. The M.A. in English provides students with the opportunity to study the texts of literature in English and the western tradition, the critical tradition pertaining to these texts, and critical approaches to interpreting texts, as well as a background in research methods and the practice of writing and in the linguistic characteristics of English throughout its history, offered in advanced degree programs in English.
- 36-hour graduate degree
- Residential program
- Graduate Assistantships available
This degree is offered through the Department of English.
Courses You Could Take
- ENGL 501: Christian Poetics
- ENGL 503: Bibliography and Research
- ENGL 505: Advanced Literary Criticism
- ENGL 656: World Literatures
- ENGL 689: Thesis Proposal and Research
- ENGL 690: Thesis Defense
- Course descriptions
Program of Study
Admissions Requirements & More
Find M.A. in English admissions requirements, transfer information, and accreditation on the Residential Admissions site.
- College or secondary teacher
- Public Relations worker
Graduate Student Assistantship (GSA)
The department offers a limited number of Graduate Student Assistantships through the Graduate School. Assistantships involve assisting with the English 101 Composition and Rhetoric courses.