Courses Offered in the M.A.
The courses in the M.A. are designed for various purposes. Gateway courses are meant to introduce or re-introduce you to literary criticism, graduate research, and literary history. Seminars are advanced courses in literature, writing, and special topics. Practica give selected students valuable experience in teaching and editing. Other enriching electives are offered in the History of the English Language and Studies Abroad.
Summer 2012 Courses:
|ENG 5000||Practical Literary Criticism|
|ENG 5810||Readings in British Literature I|
|ENG 6470||Writing in Genres ("Writing our Li(v)es: Truth and the Art of Memoir")|
Note: Each class meets one night per week, 6:00 - 9:30 pm.
Fall 2012 Courses:
||Practical Literary Criticism
|ENG 5820||Readings in British Literature II|
|ENG 6250||American Realism, Regionalism, and Naturalism|
|ENG 6420||Composition Theories|
Note: Each class meets one night per week, 6:00 - 8:30 pm.
"I consider my masters work at Belmont the most rewarding part of my graduate studies in English Literature. As a member of graduate faculty myself now, I try my best to emulate the exceptional instructional and mentoring practices of my professors at Belmont.”
-Masood Raja, Ph.D., Associate Professor of English, Kent State University