The master of arts program in English provides broad coverage in British, American and other Anglophone literatures. Through seminar courses, students develop extensive knowledge of literature, literary critical methods and analytical writing.
Students who complete the master’s program at Marquette go on to doctoral studies, pursue careers in education, or enter business, library sciences, health care, journalism and other professions.
These courses include:
- Exploring The English Language
- Anatomy of English
- History of the English Language
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- Read all application instructions prior to beginning an application.
- A completed application form and fee online.
- Official transcripts from all current and previous colleges/universities except Marquette.
- Three letters of recommendation.
- A statement of purpose.
- One or two writing samples.
- GRE scores (General Test only).
- For international applicants only: TOEFL score or other acceptable proof of English proficiency.
International1130 USD/moduleTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 1130 USD per module and a duration of .
Tuition fee per credit hour
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