APPLICABLE TO M.A. IN ENGLISH
Writing, Teaching, and Criticism
Did you know that the Institutes and many of PAWLP's courses apply to the innovative Master of Arts degree in Writing, Teaching, and Criticism?
Developed with Language Arts and Secondary English teachers in mind, this flexible, year-round, professionally oriented program allows students to explore three areas of study in English - rhetoric and composition, pedagogy, and literary studies. The 36-semester hour program brings together theory and classroom practices in writing and rhetoric, secondary English teaching, and the interpretation of literature and other cultural discourses. The program welcomes students with an interest in exploring the way language, teaching and literature intersect.
Up to four PAWLP courses taught by teacher-consultants and three additional courses taught by PAWLP Director, Mary Buckelew, may apply to the twelve-course requirement of the degree.
[Note: No PWP 599 courses apply toward this degree.]
To enroll, contact the Office of Graduate Studies at 610-436-2943.
For further information, contact Mary Buckelew at the PAWLP office, 610-436-2202. Or e-mail email@example.com.