MA - English

California State University, Long Beach
United States
Qualification
Master's Degree
Study mode
Full-time
Duration
2 years
Intakes
August
Tuition fee (local)
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Tuition fee (foreign)
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Curriculum

  • Theories of Writing and Literacy
  • Research Methods in Rhetoric and Composition
  • Semantics
  • History of the English Language
  • Theories and Practices in Composition
  • Special Topics for In-Service Teachers
  • Old English Language and Literature
  • Middle English Language and Literature
  • Literature of the Renaissance (1500-1603)
  • Literature of the Late Renaissance (1603-1660)
  • Medieval Literature of the British Isles
  • English Literature of the Enlightenment (1660-1798)
  • English Literature of the Romantic Period (1798-1832)
  • English Poetry and Prose of the Victorian Age (1832-1900)
  • English Literature of the Twentieth Century (1900-Present)
  • Chaucer
  • Irish Literature in English
  • The English Novel to 1832
  • The English Novel since 1832
  • English Drama
  • American Literature: 1820-1865
  • American Literature: 1865-1918
  • Twentieth-Century American Literature
  • The American Short Story
  • American Poetry to 1945
  • American Poetry since 1945
  • The American Novel to 1920s
  • The American Novel since 1920s
  • American Drama
  • Directed Studies in Creative Writing
  • Seminar in the English Renaissance
  • Seminar in the Age of Milton
  • Seminar in Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Literature
  • Seminar in Romantic Literature
  • Seminar in Victorian Literature
  • Seminar in Twentieth-Century English Literature
  • Digital Rhetoric
  • Seminar in the Nineteenth-Century American Renaissance
  • Seminar in American Realism
  • Seminar in Twentieth-Century American Literature
  • Selected Topics—Seminar in Major Authors
  • Selected Topics—Seminar in English Studies
  • Seminar in Advanced Literary Theory
  • Seminar in Rhetorical History and Theory
  • Seminar in Theory, Criticism, and Research
  • Directed Research
  • Thesis

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