ENED 601 Structured Field Experience Completion

Required for all MA+Certification. candidates. Gives recognition and validation for the thoughtful completion of all parts of the required Structured Field Experience


ENED 665 Studies in English Education

Study of components of English with emphasis chosen from linguistics, criticism, composition, media, and/or learning theories. Focus is on the implications for teaching English at the secondary level.


ENED 690 Degree Project Research

This required supervised research course for graduate students in English provides an opportunity for working oneonone with a faculty mentor that will culminate in a final degree project subsequent to this class (thesis, action research thesis, professional development essay, comprehensive exam). Students will finish their project research, gain faculty feedback for proposals and drafts, finalize faculty committees and review professional opportunities in the field. Students conducting classroom research as part of their degree projects will also obtain necessary permissions from the Institutional Review Board and school authorities and carry out their research in preparation for writing their final reports. Students must have a minimum overall GPA of B in order to enroll in Degree Project Research. [NOTE: identical description for ENED 690, with prerequisites ENGL 500 and ENED 502 ]



ENGL 500 and ENGL 502

ENED 696 Degree Project Completion

The culminating project for all graduate students in English, taken together with the capstone course (ENGL 695), demonstrating successful completion of advanced research in the field of English studies. Students choose one of several different degree projects. A final grade in 696 of B or above indicates successful completion of the degree project, including all required written and oral portions and, in the case of thesis/action research thesis, submission to the AP for Graduate Studies and to Reed Library for electronic archiving.



ENED 690 or ENGL 690