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3.5 Guidelines for Thesis (MFA)

The MFA degree program has a research element in addition to the required number of credit hours. These guidelines will help you complete your thesis. 3.5.1 General guidelines All MFA students write theses that are composed of their own imaginative writing. 3.5.2 Thesis Proposal The proposal for a book-length thesis must be approved by your … Continue reading 3.5 Guidelines for Thesis (MFA)

3.3 The Program of Study Committee and the POSC Form (MFA)

MFA students establish their Program of Study Committee and submit the online Graduate College Program of Study and Committee (POSC) Form via their AccessPlus account along with the appropriate Degree Planning Sheet (DPS) and other required POS documentation by the announced deadline in the appropriate semester. The Graduate Program Staff Assistant will post the deadline on our Deadlines … Continue reading 3.3 The Program of Study Committee and the POSC Form (MFA)

3.2 MFA in Creative Writing & Environment Degree Requirements

3.2.1 Degree Requirements Requires a total of 54 credits of coursework. 3.2.2 Curricular Policies and Guidelines Environmental Field Experience As an MFA student, you are required to engage in an environmentally based internship or field work experience during your program. This work should be somehow related to the content of your thesis. You will design, … Continue reading 3.2 MFA in Creative Writing & Environment Degree Requirements

3.1 Master of Fine Arts Programs

3.1.1 About the MFA Degree The English Department offers a Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing and Environment. Students must complete a minimum of 54 credit hours of graduate coursework including six credits in Engl 699. Please refer to the MFA Program in Creative Writing & Environment Progress to Degree Checklist for help … Continue reading 3.1 Master of Fine Arts Programs

2.6 The Program of Study Committee and the POSC Form (MA)

MA students establish their Program of Study Committee and submit the online Graduate College Program of Study and Committee (POSC) Form via their AccessPlus account along with the appropriate Degree Planning Sheet (DPS) and other required POS documentation by the announced deadline in the appropriate semester. The Graduate Program Staff Assistant will post the deadline on our Deadlines … Continue reading 2.6 The Program of Study Committee and the POSC Form (MA)

2.4 MA in TESL/Applied Linguistics Degree Requirements

Students admitted to graduate study for the MA in TESL/Applied Linguistics (TESL/AL) can declare up to two of the seven elective disciplinary specializations or choose the Open Option and not declare a specific specialization: Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL) Language Assessment English for Specific Purposes (ESP) Literacy Literature in ESL Corpus and Computational Linguistics Teaching English to L1 … Continue reading 2.4 MA in TESL/Applied Linguistics Degree Requirements

2.3 MA in Rhetoric, Composition, & Professional Communication Degree Requirements

Students admitted to graduate study for the MA in Rhetoric, Composition, and Professional Communication (RCPC) do not declare a specialization but may choose electives from a particular area of concentration to strengthen their understanding of that area (e.g., teaching multimodal composition, teaching professional communication, teaching speech communication, developing professional documents, understanding and using communication technology, analyzing visual … Continue reading 2.3 MA in Rhetoric, Composition, & Professional Communication Degree Requirements

2.2 MA in English Degree Requirements

Students admitted to graduate study for the MA in English choose one of two disciplinary specializations: Literature or Literature and the Teaching of Reading (LTR). Students who choose the Literature specialization will cultivate broad expertise in English and American literature and its historical, cultural, and theoretical contexts. Students interested in the Literature and the Teaching of Reading (LTR) specialization … Continue reading 2.2 MA in English Degree Requirements

2.1 Master of Arts Programs

2.1 About the MA programs The English Department offers three Master of Arts degrees: MA in English MA in Rhetoric, Composition, and Professional Communication (RCPC) MA in Teaching English as a Second Language/Applied Linguistics (TESL/AL) Students must complete a minimum of 27 credit hours of graduate coursework plus three hours of credit in Engl 599 … Continue reading 2.1 Master of Arts Programs