Digital Publishing Concentration

Graduate students taking 400-level courses for graduate credit are required to do extra, more intensive work for which they will receive four credit hours total for the course. Students may request by a Student Petition no more than two courses taken at another accredited English graduate program to be counted towards requirements. Students must get pre-approval from the department for a non-UIS concurrent enrollment course to count towards the MA in English.

Core Requirements
ENG 409Rhetoric and Composition in Digital Media3
ENG 466Digital Technologies in English Studies3
ENG 501Digital Humanities Research4
ENG 502Textual Criticism4
ENG 570Topics in Creative Writing III (Drama or Creative Non-Fiction) 14
ENG 570Topics in Creative Writing III (Fiction) 14
ENG 570Topics in Creative Writing III (Poetry) 14
ENG 571Business of Writing4
ENG 589Thesis or Creative Writing Project4
Choose ONE Course from the Following List:3-4
Topics in World Literature II
Topics in American Literature II
Literature and Culture of Early America
American Literature 1820-1865
American Literature Between the Wars
African-American Literature
Major Figures in American Literature Since 1900
Chaucer and His Era
Midwestern Literature
Arthurian Literature
The Shakespeare Project
The British Romantics
Topics in British Literature II
Poetry and Prose of the Victorian Age
Modern British Literature
Contemporary British Literature
Themes in Literature
Major Women Writers
Literature and the Bible
Topics in Genre Study
ECCE: Memoirs Across Cultures
Seminar: Major Figures in British Literature 1700-1900
Seminar: Topics in Literary Study
Graduate Seminar: Literary Period
Seminar: Literary Genres
Total Hours37-38

1 Students must take three workshops: one workshop in poetry, one workshop in fiction, and one workshop in drama or creative non-fiction for a total of 12 hours.