Complete 21 additional credit hours from the following courses or courses listed within the distributional areas (Literature Before 1800, Literature After 1800). Any course listed within those areas will count as an elective after the credit requirements for that area have been fulfilled.
All MA students who do not complete a thesis will propose and prepare an ePortfolio consisting of significant revisions of three substantial pieces of writing produced in the program and that integrate critical sources and contemporary scholarship in English Studies. These revisions will be contextualized within program goals and outcomes through reflective writing.
Transfer Credit Policy
An applicant or student of the M.A. in English program can seek approval from the Joint Program Committee to accept up to 12 transfer credit hours. These courses must have a grade of B or higher, and can count toward the M.A. in English degree requirements. Courses with a grade of “Pass” or “Satisfactory” will not be accepted.