The seminars offered in our MA programme showcase our faculty’s strengths and latest research interests.
Research Track: Over the course of two years, students in the research track will take the two obligatory courses and 20 elective credits. At least one course must cover the period before 1800. Students in the research track are required to write a thesis by the end of the second year of their M.A. studies. After submitting the thesis, the student will take a written integrative exam on a question of general importance in literary criticism.
Non-research Track: Students with an 80 average in undergraduate studies in the English Department will be admitted to the non-research track. Over the course of two years, students in this track will take the two obligatory courses and 32 elective credits. At least one course must cover the period before 1800. In two of the courses, they will write seminar papers.
For more information, please contact the graduate studies advisor, Dr. Yael Levin (firstname.lastname@example.org)