Jan 21, 2022  
2019-2020 Graduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Graduate Catalog [Not Current Academic Year. Consult with Your Academic Advisor for Your Catalog Year]

Poetry and Poetics, Certificate


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College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences   > Department of English  > Poetry and Poetics, Certificate

The purpose of this certificate is to provide a useful and marketable specialization in the disciplinary history and current theories of Poetry and Poetics. The English Department is already the home of The Poetics Group, which was formed in 2015 and is interested in poetry and poetics across a variety of theoretical, historical, and aesthetic registers. The Group generates a vital space for wide-ranging conversations (at once diverse and convergent) on the life of a poem, from its most closely observed prosodic elements to its capacity not only for bearing witness and responding to but participating in the business of living, along such dynamic lines as race, gender, economics, and ecological crisis.

 For more information please see Department of English.

Admission Requirements


This certificate is open to admitted graduate students in the Department of English.  Students interested in pursuing the certificate should contact their academic advisor for details on beginning the program.

Degree Requirements


The Poetry and Poetics Certificate will require a total of three course (9 hours) fulfilled through a combination of 2 core and 1 elective classes.

Required courses


Students must complete 6.0 credit hours from the list below:

Elective courses


Students must complete 3.0 credit hours form the list below:

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