Master of Arts English, College Teaching
Admission Requirements: Baccalaureate degree* from an accredited college or university; complete application to the Graduate School; official general GRE exam scores; statement of intent; writing sample, 155 verbal and 4.5 Writing scores.
*An applicant who does not have an undergraduate degree in English but who has exceptional qualifications should contact the Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of English.
Course Requirements for the Master of Arts in English Education with a Concentration in College Teaching (232B)
Semester Hours Required (minimum): 36
|Total Hours||36 minimum|
Other Requirements: Teaching Portfolio
* Any course not associated with a historical period (such as Ethnic American Literature, Studies in American Indian Literature, Appalachian Literature, Cultural Studies, or Gender Studies) may count for the pre-1900 or post-1900 American literature course requirement as appropriate, as determined by the graduate program director in consultation with the instructor.
**GTAs must take English 5100: Composition Theory, Practice and Pedagogy. They must also take the appropriate one-hour mentoring course(s)