Monmouth University’s English programs allow students to pursue their interests in writing and literature, while also preparing them for their next step in life. Whether your goal is to seek a master’s or Ph.D., teach at the secondary or post-secondary level, or enhance your job credentials, students develop writing and analytical skills that are important in any number of careers, including law, teaching, editing, government service, marketing, and more.
The following undergraduate and graduate degree programs are available:
- The Bachelor of Arts in English is designed to serve various needs within the framework of traditional literary study.
- The Bachelor of Arts in English with a Concentration in Creative Writing allows students to take courses that focus on different genres of writing.
- The Master of Arts in English allows students to choose from concentrations in Literature, Creative Writing, and Rhetoric and Writing.
- The Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing dual degree (M.A./M.F.A.) allows cross-genre study in fiction, creative non-fiction, and poetry.