English Graduate Programs

Open doors by pushing your degree beyond undergraduate level.

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Overview

Students in the Master of English Program at USU specialize in either Literature, Culture, and Composition (LCC) or Creative Writing (CW). USU's program is designed to prepares students to research, write, and teach in professional and academic situations. Graduate students in this program gain experience presenting their work at conferences and submitting it for publication. Courses in the Master’s in English cover a wide range of topics, including fantasy and science fiction by authors of color, film adaptations of literature, and creative nonfiction. Students complete the program with a thesis project based on their research and creative interests. They are advised by a committee comprised of faculty members in the English Department. 

Specific Graduate Programs

MA/MS in Folklore Studies

Folklorists may analyze folktales, legends, jokes, personal experience narratives, proverbs, superstitions, festivals and celebrations, or yard art, dance, and costume.

Program Advisor

Jared Colton

Jared Colton

Director of Graduate Studies (he/him/his)

(435) 797-8412
Logan (RWST 213)
jared.colton@usu.edu

Scholarships & Financial Aid