MA & PhD Tracks

Medieval/Early Modern

Course distribution requirements for the graduate track in Medieval/Early Modern are as shown below.

MA, Thesis
MA, Non-thesis
PhD
required
related
elective
required
related
elective
required
related
elective
3 courses from: Chaucer, Middle English, Old English, Beowulf, Medieval Backgrounds
3 courses from: Renaissance, 16th Century, 17th Century, Shakespeare, Milton, Age of Dryden and Pope
2 courses
Same as MA Thesis
4 courses, with addition of variable topics, e.g., in early Romantics
3 courses
2 courses from: Chaucer, Middle English, Old English, Beowulf, Medieval Backgrounds
3 courses from: Renaissance, 16th Century, 17th Century, Shakespeare, Milton, Age of Dryden and Pope (plus any language deficiencies)
2 courses

Notes

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Faculty

Department of English faculty who regularly teach courses in this track include:

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