English with an Emphasis in Literature and Writing (MA)

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Literature Emphasis Coordinator
Judy Logan
509.359.6035

Program Core
ENGL 511COMPOSITION PEDAGOGIES: THEORIES AND PRACTICES5
ENGL 520SEMINAR IN RESEARCH METHODS AND DESIGN5
ENGL 564PEDAGOGICAL GRAMMAR AND COMPOSITION5
ENGL 568TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION AND ESP: PRACTICE, THEORY AND PEDAGOGY5
ENGL 573HISTORY OF RHETORIC5
or ENGL 575 CONTEMPORARY RHETORICAL THEORIES
ENGL 695BINTERNSHIP: TEACHING LITERATURE (must select an internship appropriate to their discipline-consult with program director)5
Literature
Choose three from the following15
GRADUATE SEMINAR IN LITERATURE I: MAJOR LITERARY FIGURES
GRADUATE SEMINAR IN LITERATURE II: GENRE STUDIES
GRADUATE SEMINAR IN LITERATURE III: LITERARY ERAS
GRADUATE SEMINAR IN LITERATURE IV: SPECIAL TOPICS
ENGL 570SEMINAR IN TEACHING LITERATURE5
ENGL 571ADVANCED LITERARY THEORY5
ENGL 600THESIS5
or ENGL 601 PROFESSIONAL ESSAY
Total Credits60

SLOs for the common core of classes:

  • apply a variety of rhetorical and theoretical approaches useful to critical analysis;
  • speak effectively in public forums with the complement of visual media;
  • demonstrate ability to analyze, evaluate, synthesize and document library and internet sources in conducting research.

SLOs for the Literature and Writing emphasis:

  • demonstrate mastery of a variety of rhetorical forms conducive to literary analysis; demonstrate mastery of the conventions of editing, grammar, MLA, and document design;
  • generate persuasive written documents that can pass professional peer review.