- EING 6005: Foundations of English Education
- INGL 6006: Research Methods
- INGL 6009: Models for Teaching Literature
- INGL 6010: TESL Materials and Testing
- INGL 6020: Second Language Acquisition
Literally all the rest of the 5000 (maximum of 3 courses) and 6000 level English courses. See the Course Offering Master Schedule to see all our active courses and when they’re offered.
Students completing the Thesis Option must complete thirty credit hours of coursework in addition to the Thesis. Students completing the Comprehensive Examination Option must complete thirty-six credit hours of coursework in addition to the Examination.
Students enrolled in the MAEE Program may choose to work with faculty members whose diverse research interests include:
Anthrozoological Studies, Autobiography Studies, Bilingual Education, British Literatures, Caribbean Literatures, Classical Studies, Colonial and Postcolonial Theories, Communication Theories, Composition Studies and the Teaching of Writing, Creative Writing, Critical Race Theory, Cultural Studies, Disability Studies, the Early Black Atlantic, Electronic Literature and E-Poetry, Film and Media Studies, Gender Studies, Language Policy and Planning, Medieval Studies, Orientalism, Queer Theories, Second Language Acquisition, Teaching English as a Second Language, Transatlantic Studies, U. S. Literatures, Visual Literacies, and World Englishes.