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The newly established Graduate Certificate for Dual Credit Teaching in English Literature and Language is now accepting applications for Spring 2021 – Session 1 (begins Jan. 20, 2021). Classes are offered online. One letter of recommendation is optional.
Students who participate in the certificate program may apply their completed credit hours toward a Master of Arts in English Literature and Language from St. Mary’s University.
The certificate is composed of 18 credit hours of graduate-level courses in the following areas:
- 9 credit hours in Literature
- 6 credit hours in Composition Theory and Praxis
- 3 credit hours of Grammar
The Graduate Certificate for Dual Credit Teaching in English Literature and Language courses are:
- EN7345 Rhetorical Grammar
- EN 7309 Medieval-Shakespeare
- EN7370 Am Lit: Native Am-Transcen.
- EN7331 Writing Assessment
- EN7314 International Lit
- EN7344 Teaching Writing & Critical Thinking
The certificate is expected to be completed in seven months.
The series of courses will be offered online with students completing three credit hours in each of the seven-week sessions:
Session 1: January 20 – March 3 (7 weeks)
Session 2: March 17 – April 28 (7 weeks)
Margaret Cantu-Sanchez, Ph.D. Instructor of English
Mallory Coley, Ph.D. Visiting Assistant Professor
Bonita Dattner-Garza, Ph.D. Visiting Lecturer of English Literature and Language
Benjamin “Josh” Doty, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of English, Literature and Language
Mary Lynne Gasaway Hill, Ph.D., FRSA Graduate Program Director of English Literature and Language
George Kendall, M.F.A. Instructor of Drama and English Literature
Alice Hughes Kersnowski, Ph.D. Professor of English Literature and Language
Kathleen Maloney, Ph.D. Chair of the Department of English Literature and Language