English majors can complete a Master of Arts (M.A.) in one year beyond their B.A.
Students who qualify for admission to the dual degree program will take 12 credits of graduate-level English courses during their senior year. (English/Education majors should see the English Department chairperson or director of graduate studies about exceptions to this policy.) These will apply toward the 36 credits required for completion of the undergraduate major and toward the 30 credits required for the M.A. in English. Students can then complete the remaining 18 credits of graduate courses after earning a B.A.
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