NDSU English Graduate Programs Master of Arts Literature or Composition Emphasis Ph.D. in Rhetoric, Writing and Culture.
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NDSU English Graduate Programs Master of Arts Literature or Composition Emphasis Ph.D. in Rhetoric, Writing and Culture
What can you do with a graduate degree in English? Corporate Trainer Grant Writer Web Developer Attorney Teacher or Professor
What will you learn? NDSU's English Department recognizes that languages and literatures are prime expressions of cultures, and it is dedicated to exploring what connects cultures as well as what distinguishes them. Whether investigating literature from Ireland, literacy research, new media production, or the rhetoric of the health professions, the departments explores texts and cultures on a global scale.
M.A. Graduation Requirements 27 credit hours of letter-graded course work Overall GPA of 3.0 or better 3-4 credit Master’s paper or 6-10 credit Master’s Thesis Students must have intermediate competency in one foreign language by the time the time the program of study is completed.
Ph.D. Admissions Requirements 3.5 GPA Official transcripts 3 letters of recommendation TOEFL exams for international students The final deadlines for admission: April 1 (Fall semester) November 1 (Spring semester).
Ph.D. Graduation Requirements 60 credits past the Master’s level Experiential or field experience credits Comprehensive examination after coursework completion Dissertation and dissertation defense Language or research competency requirement 3 years in one language 2 years in two languages 2 years in one language plus one special research skill
Current Financial Support Available Graduate Teaching Assistantships 4 Graduate Scholarships Technology Transfer Stipend Graduate Paper Award Graduate Teaching Award Presidential Doctoral Graduate Fellowships Grants conference travel may also be available
How to Apply Go to http://english.ndsu.edu/phd_degree/ to apply for the Ph.D. programhttp://english.ndsu.edu/phd_degree/ More information about the M.A. program can be found at http://english.ndsu.edu/ma_degree/ http://english.ndsu.edu/ma_degree/
Contact Information Graduate Program Director Dr. Gary Totten Phone: 231-7158 Email: Gary.Totten@ndsu.eduGary.Totten@ndsu.edu English Department Chair Dr. Kevin Brooks Phone: 231-7147 Email: Kevin.Brooks@ndsu.eduKevin.Brooks@ndsu.edu