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The English, Speech, and Foreign Languages Department at Texas Woman's University offers a Masters of Arts Degree in English. 

We boast an energetic faculty and exciting courses to help you build on your skills as a teacher, researcher, and writer while networking with likeminded others. Whether you want to take a course or two to reignite your passion, earn the eighteen hours typically necessary for dual credit teaching, or earn the MA to increase your salary and improve your credentials, ESFL is uniquely positioned to help you meet your goals.

Unlike many programs, we offer the flexibility of both online and traditional face-to-face classes so that students can choose the types of classes that work best for them. And, we schedule classes for working professionals. In addition to offering fully online and hybrid classes, our face-to-face graduate courses on the Denton campus run in three-hour blocks in the late afternoon and in the evening. All classes are taught by faculty members who know your name and are invested in your education. Hallmarks of our program include flexibility in scheduling and degree options, high quality small classes, and superior mentoring.

For more information, contact Program Coordinator Dr. Dundee Lackey at dlackey@twu.edu.

How to get started

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What MA in English students need to know

Students can use this link for guidelines for the MA in English Degree. The site offers information on the three options, Thesis, Professional Paper, and Course Work, as well as forms, scholarship information, student organizations, and other important information More about “What MA in English students need to know”...

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