Grand Valley State University’s Master of Arts (M.A.) in English is ideal for teachers, writers, or editors who wish to expand their knowledge of literature and hone their literary critical skills. It concentrates on the range of literature produced in the English language, regardless of nationality or dialect. British, American, and Anglophone literature are studied with emphases upon literary history, history of genre, close analysis of individual authors and themes, cultural context, and critical theory.
- Personal. Seminar format classes are limited to a maximum of 15 students to assure a more personal, interactive learning experience.
- Flexibility. Designed with part-time students in mind – the programs allow flexible scheduling, which makes them ideal for working professionals.
- Convenience. Courses are offered on the Allendale campus as well as at the Richard M. DeVos Center in downtown Grand Rapids.
The M.A. in English offers two degree tracks
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