Ph.D - English (American Literature, British Literature)
The master of arts program in English provides broad coverage in British, American and other Anglophone literatures. Through seminar courses, students develop extensive knowledge of literature, literary critical methods and analytical writing. Students who complete the master's program at Marquette go on to doctoral studies, pursue career in education, or enter business, health care, journalism and other professions.
The doctorate in English is directed toward comprehensive and intensive knowledge of British, American and/or other Anglophone literatures and language; the textual, critical and editorial problems and backgrounds of major texts and authors; the principles of literary criticism; and the basic tools, methods and application of literary and linguistic research. The program provides practical experience in teaching and research to prepare students to pursue a variety of careers in higher education.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
International Student Requirements:
(For international applicants only) a TOEFL score or other acceptable proof of English proficiency.