Program Details

The graduate program in English at Georgia Southern University prepares its students for a variety of careers and also for advanced doctoral work.
Location:
Statesboro, United States
Program Type:
Full Degree
Degree Level:
Master
Specialty:
English

Program Overview

Program Description:

The graduate program in English at Georgia Southern University prepares its students for a variety of careers and also for advanced doctoral work. Students who enroll in the Master of Arts program in English enjoy the engaging atmosphere of graduate study and work closely with faculty members. Admitting 10-12 students a year, the program fosters a genuine sense of community while providing students opportunities for professional development unusual for our size. 

Graduate English faculty at Georgia Southern are published scholars whose specialties are as diverse as the courses within the program itself. Faculty members create a stimulating and innovative learning environment for graduate students. The Center for Irish Studies, the Georgia Author Series, and the Cinema Arts Program all provide added dimension to the graduate English program. The department also houses two international journals, the Children's Literature Association Quarterly and the Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies, and sponsors the annual British Commonwealth and Postcolonial Conference in nearby Savannah. These programs enable students to become actively involved in editorial work and organizing and participating in conferences and advanced literary research.

The Master of Arts in English at Georgia Southern requires 36 semester hours of coursework and serves both the full-time and part-time student. Students have the opportunity to pursue the degree with or without a thesis (see below for more information on these options). The goal is to provide the graduate student with flexibility an

Requirements:
Provisional admission with score of 450 on Verbal section of GRE. Analytical writing score of 3.5. An undergraduate major or the equivalent in the proposed field of study. Two letters of recommendation by persons familiar with the applicant's academic experience.

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