Tiffin University offers a Master of Humanities degree in English Literature and Writing for students who are interested in studying multiple disciplines and fields to understand human ideas in philosophy, history, written and spoken literature, specializing in the spoken and written word of English literature. Students will learn about the humanities and their relationships in political, religious, social, historic and scientific contexts and the role of English literature in the development of philosophy and society since the 1400s. Students will study the history of English literature, including movements, development of philosophy, and literature’s role in the development of the English language. The program may prepare students for future studies in doctoral of liberal arts and the humanities and other fields related to human history and culture.
Students will study the liberal arts and humanities within a context of the history of written and spoken English literature. An example of some of the classes in this program include Survey of British Literature, Introduction to Graduate Humanities, and Creative Writing of Novels.
Students completing the degree should have shown expert education and professional qualifications in the study of the humanities, specializing in the English literature. Some of these qualifications include acquired skills and knowledge of the history of English literature as well as the study of English literature and general education areas that are the foundation to life skills and further education, a basic knowledge in several areas of the humanities, and a broad foundation for advanced studies.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
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