Graduate Program Overview
We are currently welcoming applicants for the 2021-22 ADP and MA programs in English. Applications are considered on a rolling basis. However, new PhD applicants cannot be considered for 2021-22.
The graduate program in English serves both traditional scholars (who pursue careers in research and teaching) and public humanists (who use their degrees in a vast array of fields). Our small size enables every admitted student to forge their own path within and beyond the academy.
The Department’s academic programs of study merge traditional and contemporary approaches to literary studies and concentrate on the history and criticism of British and American literature, while emphasizing essential aspects of scholarship, historical research, and literary theory. Our programs also offer practical and theoretical instruction in rhetoric and composition to students who hold teaching assistantships and teach in the Foundations tier of the Marquette Core Curriculum.
- M.A. in British, American, and other Anglophone literatures
- Ph.D. in British, American, and other Anglophone literatures
Graduate Program Highlights
At Marquette University, graduate studies in English offer both immediate and long-term rewards. While at Marquette, students will enjoy opportunities to:
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