The Department of English offers several vibrant graduate programs, both face-to-face and online. Please visit the website of each program, linked below, to find out more.
- MA in Literary & Textual Studies
- MA in English (online programs)
- MFA in Creative Writing
- Ph.D. in Rhetoric & Writing
The Department also offers several certificate programs.
The deadline for Fall 2019 applications for the MA in Literary & Textual Studies, MFA in Creative Writing, and Ph.D. in Rhetoric & Writing is January 15, 2019. See program sites for more details.
For other program deadlines, visit the specific program site, linked above.
For more information or questions about the graduate programs, please contact Kimberly Spallinger, Associate Chair and Graduate Coordinator, at 419-372-7541 or email@example.com, or contact Jeanne R. Berry, Graduate Secretary, at 419-372-6864 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To view the course offerings and read their descriptions, select the Summer 2018 Graduate Courses image on the left.
To learn more about each program's sequence and courses, select the specific program below.
Global Responses to 9/11 and the War on Terror
ATLAS, an association of the MA in Literary & Textual Studies, partnered to organize the Global Responses to 9/11 and the War on Terror: Literary, Media, and Film Perspectives. READ MORE
21st Century Englishes
Hosted by Rhetoric & Writing Ph.D. students, this year's 5th annual conference theme was Cooperating and Collaborating: Creating Community in the 21st Century and took place on October 21, 2017. READ MORE
The 17th year of Winter Wheat: The Mid-American Review Festival of Writing was hosted on November 2-4, 2017. We are also wheated concurrently with the International Symposium on Poetic Inquiry! READ MORE