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About this course

The programme demands that learners are able to read widely in the literatures written in English, become familiar with the research and critical problems generated within the fields that offer, and produce work that contributes to our collective knowledge. 

Entry Requirements

  • A bachelor’s degree holder from an accredited institution with GPA of at least 3.0 or B. In addition, students must meet the University requirement to take the Graduate Record Examination (and the TOEFL if applicable), have submitted letters of recommendation from persons in position to evaluate their academic work, and forwarded a sample of their analytic writing (preferably a graded critical paper).