Goals and Course Topics
Hone Your Teaching Skills
The best teachers teach for the love of the subject. With master classes focusing on English, our masters degree in english online program will hone your teaching skills as you develop effective syllabi, identify creative learning objectives and push yourself more than you ever have with a series of creative writing workshops in fiction, poetry and performance writing. Students will see your love of English and carry it on.
Your Masters Degree in English Online Program
This masters degree in english online program allows Tiffin University students to explore both canonical and contemporary literature from around the world in courses such as, The Culture and Literature of Modernity, Ethnic Voices and Literary Theory. Our very popular Creative Writing courses in Short Story, The Novel, Poetry, Genre Writing and Performance Writing help students develop unexplored creative potential, while courses such as Teaching College English support those who wish to teach at the community college level.
Tiffin University’s Master of Humanities English concentration offers the benefits of a comprehensive curriculum taught by professors who are highly qualified academically and professionally, in an online environment that provides masters degree in english online program students with the flexibility they need to balance life and learning.
Online: Combination of 7-week and 15-week classes starting in January, May and August
Who Is This Masters Degree in English Online Program For?
This online master’s in english program offers an excellent balance of canonical literature and creative writing, which prepares students for a variety of teaching, scholarly and creative endeavors.
At a Glance
- 100% online degree program
- Regional accreditations
- No application fees
- Flexible start dates
- Accepts transfer credits
- Opportunity to research a topic in-depth and demonstrate mastery in the chosen area of humanities
- Self-designed academic or creative study (e.g., academic thesis, creative project or portfolio project) that culminates in a forty to sixty page project
- Develops from the student’s coursework in the MH program and must be approved by the instructors of the Capstone course
- May help students gain entrance into Ph.D. programs or to more effectively teach at the high school or community college level; may also serve as the basis for future publications
- No work required prior to the start of the class