English - Texts, Technologies, and Literature (TTL)

Graduate Program English - Texts, Technologies, and Literature (TTL)
Program Description The Master of Arts in Texts, Technologies, and Literature provides an opportunity for advanced students to further their understanding of literature and a broad array of other texts, including digital, academic and those that function in everyday use, in relation to both historical and contemporary culture. The program welcomes students with undergraduate majors in such areas as American Studies, Media Studies, Communication Studies, Modern Languages and Literature, and Gender and Women's Studies, as well as English. It is designed to accommodate students with a variety of interests and career paths, including those who are considering an academic career in English, whether in Rhetoric and Composition, Communication and Media Studies, or Literature; those interested in pursuing a Ph.D. (for example, in UMBC's Language, Literacy, and Culture Ph.D. program or the Ph.D. in English at Morgan State University); high school teachers looking for advanced training; and those entering communications, editorial, and/or digital media professions. Students may specialize in the study of print-based or multi-modal texts of particular periods or genres; rhetoric, communication, and composition; or language use and production in various settings.

Program Website http://www.umbc.edu/english/
Degrees Offered Master of Arts in Texts, Technologies, and Literature
Accelerated Bachelor's/Master's
Concentrations / Tracks N/A
Admissions Requirements See Application Requirements and Deadlines
Delivery Full-time, Part-Time
Term of Admission Fall
Domestic Application Deadlines May 1
International Application Deadlines May 1