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COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS & SCIENCES
GRADUATE PROGRAMS IN ENGLISH
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Introduction M.A. in English Ph.D. Program in English Doctoral Distribution Requirements Student/Advisor’s Checklist
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g. insuring that all students receive an education at the highest possible level and that M. Composition Studies. and Film and Media Studies. The faculty offers a variety of approaches to the study of texts. all doctoral students are strongly encouraged to teach at Wayne State.. and superior pedagogical training and experience. The graduate program is large enough to provide exposure to different critical perspectives and fields of study within English while small enough to make sure students don’t get lost in the shuffle. program is open to applicants with a B. especially those who seek a career in English studies. teaching at Wayne State supplies superior training in pedagogy. The faculty are well published and well regarded in their respective fields. At the Ph. The faculty is extraordinary.D. We seek students who show promise in the study and teaching of language. teaching is not at the expense of research. students who wish to do so can prepare themselves for doctoral studies. the Ph.D. . Our placement rate into tenure-track positions is well above the national average. Doing so also gives them an edge on the job market. Department of English. creative writing). the English Department offers specialization in three concentrations: Literary and Cultural Studies.A. department support for conferences and job-seeking. including cultural criticism. program can be used to prepare for doctoral work and/or to develop expertise in particular areas of study (e.A. That’s the kind of work the faculty also does and we think it makes both intellectual and professional sense for our program to work at the frontiers of literary and cultural studies.Graduate Program. The time and attention they give to students is amazing. At some point. With its diverse student population (whatever indices one might apply). a consequence of excellent dissertations.A. level. another factor in our successful placement rate. We invite energetic and intellectually adventurous students to join with us in achieving that goal. Students tend to focus their intellectual energies on (for lack of a better term) cutting edge projects regardless of the particular field of study in which they are interested. feminism. professional writing. At the same time. The Department welcomes applications from students seeking either degree. deconstruction. degree. The M. Wayne State University 2 INTRODUCTION We are a research department in a research (Carnegie I) university.A. The doctoral program provides the focus for all studies at the graduate level. We are engaged in reconceptualizing what it means to do English in the twenty-first century. literature and culture. The graduate program in English is designed for students seeking the Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. We encourage doctoral students to develop a second area of specialization in addition to the one covered by their dissertation project and have designed our doctoral program to facilitate achieving that goal. Graduate students are encouraged both to expand the breadth of their studies and to study particular areas in depth. poststructuralism and semiotics. or an M. faculty advising.
a. M. program is designed to prepare students to go on to doctoral work and/or to accommodate students with specific interests (e. concentration in creative writing must take English 6800 (which counts as a 7000 level course). students will ordinarily meet the foreign language requirement by choosing one of four options. Composition Studies. such as composition. folklore. Essay.g. German. ." or “c.A. Wayne State University 3 M. students must fulfill a foreign language requirement which is defined as an adequate reading knowledge of one language. Department of English. 3 credits) or 8999 (MA Thesis. French. Students continuing to the Ph.A. Creative Writing) that may not lead to further study in English. With special permission from the Director of Graduate Studies. The M.A. up to 6 credit hours may be taken from another department. PROGRAM IN ENGLISH The M." "b. creative writing. A. Spanish. film. In the first semester of M. Foreign Language Requirement—M. Students with special interests.A. with the rest of the course work coming from other. Students interested in creative writing or composition/professional writing are strongly urged to consult appropriate faculty as well as the Director of Graduate Studies to plan the course of studies. program serves students with a variety of interests and aspirations insofar as educational resources are available for a diverse constituency.Graduate Program. Students should demonstrate the relevance of their foreign language to their overall program.A.D. REQUIREMENTS Course Work: The M. 8 credits[creative writing option]) The remaining course work may be distributed among 5000-.A.” The foreign language requirement should be fulfilled as soon as possible after entering the program.. Russian) with a score of 550 or better. Permission is contingent upon the student's demonstrating the relevance of such course work to his/her program. which must include: (1) Five 7000 level courses in English at Wayne State University (2) English 7999 (M.A. students must submit to the Graduate Director an explanation of how they will satisfy the foreign language requirement. All M.A.g. with the advice of the Director of Graduate Studies.A.. or linguistics. should take between one third and one half the total credit hours in that area. and 7000-level courses selected. Creative writing students fulfilling the M. Up to 8 graduate credits can be transferred from another university as long as those credits have not already counted towards an earned graduate degree. program requires 33 semester hours of course credit. Pass the ETS examination in a chosen language (e. 6000-. course work. must select option "a.
It is devised in consultation with the Director of Graduate Studies. Such students may take two graduate-level courses in Linguistics beyond the basic 33 hours required for the degree.A. It is the student’s responsibility to find a person to administer the examination. The student then submits the appropriate authorization form to the Director of Graduate Studies. Wayne State University 4 b. A template of instructions is available from the Director of Graduate Studies. Take an intensive three-credit language course (e. the student must obtain approval of the project from the advisor and second reader. Introduction to Old English (however Old English does not fulfill the foreign language requirement at the doctoral level and thus should not be used by students intending to continue on to the doctoral program). students are encouraged to consult with the Director to determine progress towards the M. Plan of Work The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences requires that students submit a Plan of Work in the semester in which they will complete 10 hours of course work. The Director of Graduate Studies will provide the description of the M.A. The Plan of Work is then submitted to the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Graduate Office for approval. Arrange to take a translation examination in the selected language. or an advanced non-translated literature course (5000 level or higher. Students must consult with the Director if they want to deviate from the Plan of Work. degree. Students who choose this option must achieve a grade of "B" or better in the course. The essay or thesis is an independent endeavor that is done under the supervision of a faculty advisor and a second reader of the student's choice. Students who do not fulfill the foreign language requirement as outlined above have a fourth option. Although such regular consultation is not necessary after the Plan of Work has been established and approved. and students must achieve a grade of "B" or better.Graduate Program. The Plan of Work includes courses already taken and those that will be taken to complete the degree.A. Having secured an advisor. essay and thesis. GRK 5000). Essay/Thesis The essay or the thesis is the final requirement for the M.D. 3 credits or more) taught in one of the foreign language departments. Students register for course credits for either 7999 (essay) or 8999 (thesis). in English at Wayne State should choose this alternative. degree. c.g. Students who write an M. NOTE: Until the Plan of Work is approved.A. Department of English. d. Credits earned in another department do not necessarily apply to the 33 hours required for the M. in English. thesis should also obtain a copy of the University . The examiner and test must be approved by the Director of Graduate Studies. This is the preferred option. or English 6100.A. students should consult with the Director of Graduate Studies during the registration period for each semester. which stipulates the requirements for each type of project. These courses must be at the 5000 level or above. No one planning to go on for a Ph.
a current writing sample and updated transcripts.A. program. course requirements before admission to the Ph..A. requirements. the student needs to submit a new statement of purpose.A. hours.. They are required to submit a “Change of Status” form but otherwise must supply the same documents and adhere to the same schedule as do other applicants to the Ph.D. essay requirement may.Graduate Program. scores on the General Tests of the Graduate Record Examination. Students who take more than 8 hours run the risk of losing those as Ph. a petition must be filed with the Director of Graduate Studies.D. credits may be transferred only for courses with a grade of “B” or better. In addition. students wishing to continue to the Ph. TIME LIMIT: The work toward the M. must be met by the time 30 semester hours of coursework have been completed. Department of English. the requirements of which apply to all students regardless of their interests or career objectives. Admission to the Ph. program is determined by academic performance and promise.A.A.D. write the essay and receive the M. Residency The University requires students to take at least 24 credit hours in residence (i. Essay Requirement: Students who have been admitted directly to the Ph.A. Up to 8 hours may be transferred from graduate programs at other accredited institutions as long as those hours have not already counted towards a earned graduate degree. course work) at Wayne. program have the option of not writing the M. CONTINUATION TO Ph.D. The M.A. and thus bypassing the M. All other M. degree.D.A. program. degree must be completed within six calendar years from the end of the first semester of course work. they are not automatic. Essay. however. Students who waive the M. Optional Waiver of the M. thesis is ordinarily restricted to creative writing students engaged in a long project. program who have been accepted into the Ph. To have credits transferred.A. at any point in their graduate careers. program and those in the M. While extensions are possible. NOTE: M. NOTE: Students are advised to consult the Graduate Bulletin for a complete description of the rules and regulations of the university.D. students should remember that the English Department offers only one M. should not take more than 8 hours beyond M. Students wishing to continue for a Ph.A.e.D. students wishing to apply for admission to the doctoral program should adhere to the following criteria.D. That is. requirements upon entering the M. such students should consult on a regular basis with the Director of Graduate Studies. degree. As well. including the language requirement. program and select their course work in accordance with the requirements of the doctoral program insofar as that is possible.A.D.A.A.A. M. . Wayne State University 5 format requirements and the title page model. in English should obtain a description of the Ph. two letters from English Department faculty members with whom the student has worked.D.
The time devoted to the Master's essay. and has decided upon a topic. should not exceed one semester.g. the essay will take the form of a collection of poems or short stories. Master’s Thesis The Master's Thesis represents a more substantial project than the Master's Essay and is rarely allowed for scholarly research projects. The creative writing thesis should be a book-length work. a novella. which will vary according to genre. a three-act play. When the candidate has found a faculty director and second reader.A. such as a novel. The research and the writing should be directed by appropriate members of the graduate staff (an advisor and a second reader). however. The essay should reflect issues currently of interest to the profession. Because the research thesis is inappropriate for most students at the M. and to present a clearly written and cogent discussion of the chosen topic. Creative writing students normally should plan a project that is appropriate to be submitted as a thesis. or a one-act play. It should demonstrate the student's ability to handle primary and secondary source material. often based on work done in a seminar. required for formal submission of the essay or thesis.Graduate Program..A. . The student's effort and involvement in the thesis should be thought of as equivalent to two four-hour graduate courses. 1) The research essay provides an opportunity to carry through a limited research project on a topic defined by the student. The work involved in it should be equivalent to that for a graduate course carrying 3 credit hours. Title Page The title page form. directed by an appropriate member of the creative writing staff and a second reader drawn from the faculty. The finished essay should follow a standard accepted format (e. Department of English. it can be undertaken only after consultation with the Director of Graduate Studies. Master’s Essay The Master's Essay can take either of two forms: the research essay or the creative writing essay. level. Students should submit the forms at least one semester before they intend to complete the essay. MLA or Turabian). The essay should be approximately 35-60 pages. is available from the Graduate Program. he/she must submit a Master's Essay or Thesis Approval form to the Director of Graduate Studies for approval. or a substantial collection of poems or short stories. Wayne State University 6 MASTER'S ESSAY AND MASTER'S THESIS The Master's Essay or Master's Thesis should be written at the end of the student's M. course work. 2) For those students whose primary interest is creative writing. The time devoted to the thesis should not exceed one year. to employ standard bibliographical and scholarly techniques.
Each doctoral student must select the concentration and. if known). fields.D.g. Completion of requirement distribution requirements within and outside concentrations (see below) c. English 6001 for teaching assistants) Description 1.D. permission from the Director of Graduate Studies is required to take courses at lower levels unless such courses are required by the English Department (e. assuming the new advisor’s willingness to serve. 4. The Ph. 30 credit hours of dissertation courses (English 9991. students are required to take an introductory course (“Issues in Critical Theory.D. Literature and Culture after 1870. and emphases (see below) as well as providing “sample” paths through to the dissertation stage. area. 1660-1914. 9992. Each PhD student takes at least one additional theory course in her/his concentration. 9994) d. Literature and Culture.D. 9993. program has three concentrations: Literary and Cultural Studies. All new Ph. Working with her or his advisor. requirements. A student may change advisor at any point. which must include: a.. This course will cover fundamental theoretical texts and critical methods pertinent to all three concentrations. 60 credit hours of course work b. a signature is also required for students to register for course work during their first year.D.D. Each student will be assigned an advisor upon matriculation into the PhD program (assignments based on concentration and field. early enough in her or his program to fulfill the course distribution requirements (see below). each student will formulate a plan of course work (plans to be filed with the Director of Graduate Studies). 3. Wayne State University 7 Ph. program requires 90 semester hours of course credit. The advisor’s signature will be required on the plan.” English 7001). The course also provides education in professional development and practice in some of the characteristic genres of the profession. 2. Ordinarily all courses will be at the 7000 or 8000 level. 5. English 7001 is offered each year in the Fall. Each student will also be given a handbook specifying Ph. and American Literatures and Cultures. and Film and Media Studies. Department of English.Graduate Program. Literary and Cultural Studies is divided into four areas: Literature and Culture before 1700. Composition Studies. in the case of Literary and Cultural Studies. Program Course Work The Ph. This requirement is satisfied by any course designated as a theory . PROGRAM IN ENGLISH Ph. usually in their first semester of studies.
Unlike seminars (i. the maximum number of 5000-level courses permitted at the Ph. with permission of the Director of Graduate Studies and/or the Graduate Committee.] 7. [NB: Courses at other institutions may be counted towards this requirement. Each Ph.B.. 9.. student must take at least 2 courses outside of her or his concentration. classes at the 8000 level). 7000 level courses are understood to provide students with a broader coverage of representative texts and issues in a particular field or sub-field. Literature and Culture.: Courses at other institutions may be counted towards this requirement. Courses used to fulfill other requirements of the doctoral program in English may also be used to fulfill the cognate/minor requirement. Linguistics or Creative Writing). Seminars are understood to be more specialized explorations of a research problem within the professor’s area of expertise..” any course explicitly offered as a film theory course (e. “Feminist Theories of Visuality” or “Genre Theory and Film Noir”) would count to fulfill the theory course requirement in Film and Media Studies.D. Each Ph. level seminars are open only to those students who have taken a specific prerequisite. Each Ph. Each Ph. student must fulfill the foreign language requirement: a demonstration of reading proficiency in the language selected. The foreign language requirement can be fulfilled in one of the following ways: .D. and American Literatures and Cultures. Students need permission from their advisor and the Director of Graduate Studies to take courses below the 7000 level. Ph. 1660-1914. Acceptable prerequisite(s) are to be determined by the professor in each case and specified in the course description and/or syllabus.D. student must take at least two courses in her/his concentration.D. These courses are typically at the 7000 level and may be selected from the other 2 areas of doctoral concentration or from other areas of graduate study (i. student must have a 2-course cognate/minor outside of her or his concentration.Graduate Program.e.] 8. Department of English. For example: while there may be such a course as “Theories of Film and Media Studies. 6. Literature and Culture after 1870.D.e. Each Ph. with permission of the Director of Graduate Studies and/or the Graduate Committee. 11.D. These courses are usually at the 7000 level or lower. This cognate/minor may be composed of courses within the department or in another department (permission from the student’s advisor and the Director of Graduate Studies must be obtained in advance for courses outside the English Department). In Literary and Cultural Studies. [N. 10.g. All doctoral students must take one teaching course in their concentration.D. student who holds a teaching assistantship must take English 6001 (Teaching Practicum) in the first semester in which she holds the assistantship. Each Ph.D. Wayne State University 8 course per se. both seminars must be in one of four areas: Literature and Culture before 1700. said courses to be determined by the faculty of each concentration. level is two. student must take at least 2 (8000 level) seminars in her or his concentration.
Students fulfilling the concentration in Composition Studies must also consult with the Composition Director. each Ph. a template is available from the Director of Graduate Studies.: Courses in one's emphasis may also count towards other area and concentration requirements.D. Courses taken without approval or not on the Plan of Work might not count toward the degree. c. [N. 3 credits or more) in the same language fulfill this requirement.B. a student will need to list the two (or more) courses that support the declared emphasis and obtain signatures from the professors of those courses attesting to the appropriateness of their courses for that emphasis. The following description covers the Department of English's procedures and some. Scoring 600 or better on the ETS Test in a Modern European Language. with the assistance of the Director of Graduate Studies. Wayne State University 9 a. of those of the university. Taking and passing with a grade of B or better two appropriate 5000 level or higher level courses in a foreign language. A.gradschool.g. Passing a translation examination administered by an appropriate individual.wayne. Two advanced non-translated literature courses or one intensive language course (e.] NOTE: Students should be advised that the full description of university rules is to be found in the Graduate Bulletin. Emphases are designed to underscore for students the necessity of embedding doctoral work in ongoing critical debates among the various disciplines and sub-disciplines that make up English studies. Greek 5000 for 3 credits or more) and one non-translated literature course (5000 level or higher.edu). Along with the advisor's approval. the Plan of Work can be changed only in consultation with the Director of Graduate Studies. This is the preferred method. Credits earned do not count toward the 60 class credit hours required for the degree unless they fulfill. students must. Emphases must be grounded in course work. Plan of Work The Director of Graduate Studies will serve as primary advisor and should be consulted each registration period. 12. The field reflects the current division of the discipline as that is found in such sources as the Job Information Lists published by the Modern Language Association. An emphasis should identify a topical or thematic category and/or articulate a theoretical or methodological approach. The department will maintain and publish a list of recent and suggested emphases. Examinations . One year before she or he plans to take the Qualifying Examination. b. in whole or part. but not all. student meets with her or his advisor to declare the field and emphasis in which she or he plans to take the Qualifying Examination (plan to be filed with the Director of Graduate Studies). Once completed and approved.. This is a university and department requirement. Department of English.Graduate Program. complete a Plan of Work (the form is available on the Graduate School website---www. the cognate requirement. Upon the completion of ten credit hours beyond the M.
emphasis and director. The student chooses a field in which she or he shall be examined. The faculty will provide a list of such fields. 7. The Qualifying Examination measures and validates competence in a standard professional field and in a student’s emphasis. 6. The Qualifying Examination occurs at the point at which the student has completed at least 50 hours of course credit hours and no later than the semester following the completion of course work. Standard professional fields are those in which the MLA Job Information List routinely offers positions. The student may use books and notes. 8. A student is entitled to only one re-take. . Lists should consist of roughly 100-120 texts. once near the beginning of Fall Semester. with an approximate 2:1 ratio between field and emphasis. The committee votes at the end of the oral exam. a copy should be filed with the Director of Graduate Studies. and once near the end of the Winter Semester. The final decision on the composition of the Qualifying Examination Committee rests with the Graduate Committee. another her or his emphasis. and notifies the Director of Graduate Studies of her or his field. Wayne State University 10 1.Graduate Program. see above). The emphasis is described above. 9. 5. on specifically designated dates. The student passes or fails the exam in its entirety. The results of the Qualifying Examination are reported to Director of Graduate Studies and the Graduate School. 3. Department of English. selects a director/committee chair from the regular graduate faculty (who may or may not be the student’s assigned advisor. The decision is based upon a majority vote. in consultation with the student’s director. The nature of this exam will be contingent on the committee’s evaluation of the written portion of the exam. The Qualifying Examination Committee composes questions for a written examination. The exam will be wordprocessed. once near the end of the Fall Semester or the beginning of the Winter Semester. In ordinary cases one examiner should represent the student’s field. the entire examination must be re-taken. When the list of texts is completed and approved by the Examination Committee. Qualifying Examination Committees are formed in the semester in which a student completes 40 credit hours. The student writes a brief description of her or his primary field and emphasis for the director to take to the Graduate Committee. which selects the other two members of the Qualifying Examination Committee. The written portion of the Qualifying Examination lasts 4 hours. Qualifying Examinations are given three times each academic year. Previous lists are archived and available as precedents or models for the student and the committee. Students can petition the Graduate Committee to add a field. If the student fails. 2. Within one week after taking the written exam. The 3-person Qualifying Examination Committee works with the student to construct the list of texts on which she or he is to be examined. 4. the student will take a 90-minute oral exam.
D. THE DISSERTATION After completing the Qualifying Examination. It demonstrates the student's ability to handle primary and secondary source material. the student should be examined on the prospectus within six months of passing the Qualifying Examination. To insure satisfactory progress towards the Ph. Passing the Qualifying Examination advances a student to Ph.Graduate Program. 11. sixty hours of completed course work. b. The research and the writing are directed by appropriate members of the graduate staff. the student will make a required oral defense before the . the student selects a Dissertation Committee consisting of the director of the dissertation and three other readers. candidacy and permits registration in “Candidate Status: Doctoral Dissertation Research and Direction.” After receiving approval of the prospectus from her or his committee. Department of English. the foreign language requirement.. Upon completing and having the dissertation approved by her or his committee. to employ standard bibliographical and scholarly techniques. the student must submit one copy of the finished dissertation to the Director of Graduate Studies. Wayne State University 11 10. NOTE: The prospectus will not be approved until the student has completed all preliminary requirements--e. Members of this committee may or may not have been members of the student’s Qualifying Examination Committee. Students are strongly encouraged to develop dissertations that test disciplinary and sub-disciplinary boundaries and utilize contemporary methods of criticism in order to advance knowledge. course distribution requirements. The Prospectus Examination shall be an oral exam of no more than 90 minutes.D.g. The dissertation provides an opportunity to carry through an extended research and critical project on an idea developed by the student and approved by faculty. Following the committee approval of the dissertation. No later than one month after successful completion of the Qualifying Examination. the student selects a dissertation committee consisting of three members of the English Department graduate faculty and one appropriately qualified individual who is not a member of the Wayne State Department of English. The dissertation should incorporate issues currently of interest to the profession. The prospectus should consist of one of the following as determined by the dissertation advisor and committee: a. a single chapter of the dissertation and a [brief] précis of the dissertation. and to present a clearly written and cogent argument. The dissertation should make an original contribution to knowledge in the field of English. one of whom must be from outside the Department of English (the three English Department members may be the same as in the Qualifying Exam committee).. a description of the proposed dissertation from 12 to 20 pages with the first 6 to 10 pages describing the project and the remaining 6 to 10 pages offering a short description of each chapter. The Director of Graduate Studies then forwards the documents to the Graduate School. the student then files a “Doctoral Dissertation Outline and Record of Approval” along with the prospectus with the Director of Graduate Studies who reviews and approves both documents.
9992. 9994).D. -a minimum of 12 hours in the major ii.Graduate Program. University Requirements Residency: The Ph. The Director of Graduate Studies must be notified at least one month in advance of the date of the oral defense. which must include i. 9993. The credits must be distributed as follows: a. -a minimum of 6 hours in the cognate (5000-level and above) iii. The form for extensions is available on the Graduate School website. must be submitted to the Graduate Office for approval after 40 credit hours have been completed. in each of two successive semesters. exclusive of dissertation. A minimum of 60 hours in course work. all doctoral students must have taken at least 30 hours of course work (exclusive of candidate status credits) at WSU. Time Limit: The time limit for completion of the Ph. The remaining credits may be course work. 9993. which lists course work accomplished and proposed. The plan of work is devised by the student under the supervision of the Director of Graduate Studies and is submitted on a special form. Plan of Work: The plan of work. 4 semesters of consecutive enrollment under Candidate Status (English 9991. In addition. 9992. Department of English. the student must submit a transfer of credit form along with the Plan of Work. To request transfer credits. 9994) Course Load: The normal course load for full-time graduate students (including holders of Graduate Professional Scholarships and Graduate Fellowships) is eight hours per semester. The course load for Graduate Teaching or Research Assistants is a minimum of 6 credits each semester. Transfer Credits: A maximum of 30 credit hours may be transferred from another institution. Wayne State University 12 dissertation committee and any guests who may wish to attend. Only courses for which the final grade was B or better may be used for transfer credit. Distribution of Credits: A minimum of 90 credits is required for the Ph.D. c. Dissertation Credits: No course work is involved in taking Candidate Status (Eng 9991. -at least 30 credit hours at the 7000-8000 level or above b.D. is seven years dating from the end of the first semester in which classes are taken as a doctoral applicant. or research distributed over the major or cognate areas. . students near or at the end of their coursework may register for English 9990 for up to ten credits in order to prepare for the Qualifying Examination. requirement of one year of residence is met by the completion of at least six graduate credits in course work. directed study. The maximum allowable is 16 credit hours per semester. As well.
.Graduate Program.: In cases in which English Department requirements are more rigorous than university requirements. the English Department requirements shall apply and be followed. Department of English.B. Wayne State University 13 N.
Wayne State University 14 DISTRIBUTION REQUIREMENTS (for students entering with the BA) Literary/Cultural Studies 2 theory courses 2 English courses outside Literary/Cultural Studies* 2 teaching courses for teaching assistants. 1 teaching course for others 2 seminars in single area of Literary/Cultural Studies 2 other courses in same area of Literary/Cultural Studies* 2 courses in other areas of Literary/Cultural Studies Electives (May be used towards minor and/or emphasis) TOTAL 8 credit hours 8 credit hours 1-7 credit hours 8 credit hours 8 credit hours 8 credit hours 12-16 credit hours 60 credit hours Composition Studies 2 theory courses 2 English courses outside Composition Studies* 2 teaching courses for teaching assistants. Department of English.Graduate Program. 1 teaching course for others 2 seminars in Composition Studies 2 other courses in Composition Studies* Electives (May be used towards minor and/or emphasis) TOTAL 8 credit hours 8 credit hours 4-7 credit hours 8 credit hours 8 credit hours 20-24 credit hours 60 credit hours .
Wayne State University 15 Film and Media Studies 2 theory courses 2 English courses outside Film and Media Studies* 2 teaching courses for teaching assistants.Graduate Program. 1 teaching course for others 2 seminars in Film Studies 2 other courses in Film Studies* Electives (May be used toward minor and/or emphasis) TOTAL 8 credit hours 8 credit hours 1-7 credit hours 8 credit hours 8 credit hours 20-24 credit hours 60 credit hours *Courses taken in graduate programs at other institutions may be counted towards this requirement . Department of English.
Graduate Program. Literary and Cultural Studies -----—— Concentration: Area: —— ENG 7001 —— 2nd theory course Course: 2 seminars in area within concentration Courses: ____ ____ 2 other courses in concentration Courses: ____ 2 courses outside of concentration Courses: ____ 2 other literary and cultural studies courses Courses: —— 1 or 2 teaching courses Courses: —— Minor Courses: —— Emphasis Title and courses: —— Qualifying Examination Field: . Department of English. Wayne State University 16 STUDENT’S / ADVISOR’S CHECKLIST 1.
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