Demonstrate sophistication in analyzing and interpreting texts, as informed by such critical traditions as rhetorical, stylistic, and formal analysis; theory; and historicism
Demonstrate a mastery of the techniques and conventions of scholarly, persuasive, and/or creative writing
Demonstrate the ability to find relevant research materials, evaluate scholarly arguments, and contribute to current scholarship
Demonstrate an appropriate level of expertise in literary studies, composition-rhetoric, or creative writing, including an in-depth understanding of major writers, movements, stylistic trends, forms, and concepts
Demonstrate competence in professional skills and practices necessary to pursue careers in a variety of fields, including teaching, editing, publishing, and writing, and/or to pursue further graduate study
*Retrieved from AMS February 5, 2021. For the most up-to-date information, please contact the program.
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