Graduate Catalog 2016-2017 
    May 30, 2024  
Graduate Catalog 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Department of English and Philosophy

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L. Crafton, M. Crafton (Interim Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs), C. Davidson, M. Doyle, P. Erben (Director of Graduate Studies), G. Fraser, R. Hendricks, E. Hipchen, D. MacComb (Director of English Education), D. Newton (Leap Coordinator), A. Umminger

Associate Professors:

S. Boyd, R. Harrison, A. Insenga, J. Masters, L. Miller, M. Mitchell, M. Pearson (Chair)

Assistant Professors:

K. Casper, M. Franks, L. Haught, E. Mock (Film Studies Coordinator)

Learning Outcomes

Graduate students will be able to demonstrate:

  • Advanced mastery of content within the discipline by answering comprehensive questions about specific writers, genres, texts, and literary periods that they have studied
  • That they have achieved refined skills in professional and scholarly writing presuming a command of pertinent critical assumptions, methodologies, and practices
  • A facility in relating the facts and ideas of the discipline to cognate fields and exploring their correspondence, particularly within the context of western intellectual history
  • A keen awareness of contemporary issues in the study of literature, including those which emanate from an understanding of the differences among cultural value systems


    Master of Arts

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