For the MA in Critical Studies in Literacy and Pedagogy or the MA in Digital Rhetoric and Professional Writing
To be admitted to the program on regular status, an applicant must:
- have a baccalaureate degree in humanities, writing, communications, English, or a related field;
- have completed a minimum of 18 semester credits in humanities, writing, English, or communications-related fields beyond the 100 level with a minimum GPA of 3.25.
Applicants who do not meet the criteria stated above may be admitted provisionally. Conditions for regular admission, including the completion of collateral coursework, must be satisfied during the first year of study.
For full consideration for university and college level fellowships and graduate assistantships, all MA application materials must be in the GAMS system by December 15.
Applicants wishing to be admitted to the program without financial support must have all materials in the GAMS system by April 1.
The graduate programs in Rhetoric and Writing do not require or use GRE scores for admission purposes.