The Master of Arts in English Language and Literature program has been placed on moratorium status and is not currently accepting new students. Students who have already declared this major will be allowed to complete their program
Program Director: Kazuko Hiramatsu
Program Faculty: Professors Robert Barnett, Stephen Bernstein, Jan Furman, Frederic Svoboda, D.J. Trela; Associate Professors Jacob Blumner, Kazuko Hiramatsu, Alicia Kent, Mary Jo Kietzman, Suzanne Knight, Vickie Larsen, Stephanie Roach, James Schirmer; Assistant Professors Erica Britt, Emily Feuerherm; Lecturers John Pendell, Maureen Thum
The MA in English Language and Literature encourages a broad study of historical, theoretical, and methodological research and texts in the areas of literature, writing, composition studies, linguistics, literacy, and English pedagogy. The program reflects the English Department’s uniquely multi-disciplinary nature and its commitment to nurturing, in a seminar-based approach, independent researchers, teachers, and lifelong learners.
The Program participates in the University-wide effort to assess its academic programs. Information on assessment plans, including goals, methods and outcomes is available at http://www.umflint.edu/assessment/
Academic Rules and Regulations
See College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) and Graduate Study for rules and regulations pertaining to all College of Arts and Sciences graduate programs.