- 6 credit hours of graduate or 12 hours of undergraduate courses in the same foreign language or equivalency examination.*
- 6 credit hours of graduate-level American Sign Language or equivalency examination.
- 6 credit hours of graduate-level computer science
- 6 credit hours of graduate-level library science**
- 6 hours of graduate-level English courses (see list below)
*See department for information on equivalency examination
**Library Science classes include only those concerning collections, information retrieval, and other research courses.
English courses include:
- ENG 5083 Bibliography and Research Methods*
- ENG 5713 Old and Middle English Language and Literature
- ENG 5283 Studies in Literary Criticism
- ENG 5343 Rhetoric and Composition: Theory and Practice*
- ENG 5353 Rhetoric and Composition: Theory and Pedagogy of Electronic Texts*
- ENG 5373 Professional and Academic Communication
- ENG 6083 Research Methods in Rhetoric and Composition
- ENG 6313 Studies in Rhetorical Criticism and Discourse Analysis*
Courses above with asterisks may be repeated when the specific topic of investigation varies.
Students must receive a "B" or better in all research tools.
English courses taken as research tools will count towards the 90 hours of the degree; however, other courses (foreign language, computer science, and library science) will not count towards the 90 hours of the degree major.
See pp. 107-108 of the current Graduate Catalog.
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