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The student must select one of the following areas for concentration: English literature before 1660, English literature after 1660, or American literature.
Two may be taken outside the department
No more than one workshop course may be counted in the 30 hours of classroom credits; students wishing to emphasize technical writing should consult the graduate director about special conditions.
Electives must be approved by the Composition and Rhetoric Committee.
Four additional courses in speech communication at the 700 or 800 level.
Three electives at the 700 or 800 level reflecting the student’s particular professional or academic objectives; electives must be approved in advance by the student’s advisor.
Students may enroll in additional hours of SPCH 799, but only three hours count toward completion of the degree.