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Master of Arts in English, Generalist Checklist

 

Master of Arts in English, Generalist


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A. Core Courses (15 s.h.)all five courses are required  Grade
ENGL 674 Bibliographic Methods
ENGL 676 Critical Approaches to Literature
ENGL 630 Research in Teaching Literacy and Literature
ENGL 692 American English Grammar or ENGL 592 History of the English Language
ENGL 740 TESL/TEFL Methodology
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B. Literature/Linguistics Electives (12 s.h.)choose four courses 
ENGL 720 Linguistics and the English Teacher
ENGL 721 Psycholinguistics (Prerequisite: ENGL 720)
ENGL 722 Sociolinguistics (Prerequisite: ENGL 720)
ENGL 760 Teaching College Literature
ENGL 761 Topics in American Literature Before 1870
ENGL 762 Topics in American Literature After 1870
ENGL 763 Topics in British Literature Before 1660
ENGL 764 Topics in British Literature After 1660
ENGL 765 Topics in Literature as Genre
ENGL 766 Topics in Comparative Literature
ENGL 771 Topics in Postmodern Literature
ENGL 772 Topics in Women’s Literature
ENGL 773 Topics in American or British Minority Literature
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C. Open Electives Choose (9 s.h.) — choose three courses 

Nine additional semester hours of electives approved by the Director of Graduate Studies in Composition and TESOL and the Director of Graduate Studies in Literature and Criticism. Up to six of these semester hours may be taken outside of the English Department. In addition, with the approval of a thesis advisor, a student may, as a part of this requirement, register for from one to six hours of ENGL 850, Thesis.

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Total Course Credit Hours: 36

Course Descriptions
General English course descriptions are available from the Graduate Catalog.

Course Details and Schedules
Specific course offerings by semester are available from the Graduate Office for Literature and Criticism and Composition and TESOL. You may register for classes on line through MyIUP.

  • English Graduate Programs
  • Leonard Hall, Room 111
    421 North Walk
    Indiana, PA 15705
  • Phone: 724-357-2263
  • Office Hours
  • Monday through Friday
  • 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
  • 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.