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The Master of Arts program in English offers courses in literature research, history, and theory, genre and figure studies, creative and professional writing, linguistics and composition theory, film, and the teaching of writing and literature.
The Master of Arts in American studies program is designed to provide students with training in the content, theory, and methods for studying the history and culture of the United States and is designed to provide both training and experience in developing and implementing
The Master’s programs of the Department of History offer serious students the opportunity to expand their mastery of the discipline and to enhance their understanding of the past.
Our graduate program was among the first in the United States to concentrate on phenomenology and, more broadly, nineteenth and twentieth-century continental thought.
The Policy Center awards a Master of Arts degree in Social and Public Policy with a concentration in Policy Analysis and Administration or Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies.
The MA in Theology provides a graduate-level foundation in central areas of theology. It is especially appropriate for those who wish to teach theology at the secondary level or prepare for doctoral-level studies in theology.
As a student in our graduate program, you will experience the integration of a humanities education with practical application and a commitment to communication in the marketplace.
The English graduate program is structured around the study of historical literary periods, within which a diversity of theoretical and methodological approaches is taken.
The ESL Program at Duquesne University provides a number of different services for state-certified teachers as well as for those who wish to teach ESL/EFL in language centers or in higher education institutions worldwide.
The Gratz College Holocaust and Genocide Studies program focuses on the Holocaust, its contemporary significance, and the broader phenomenon of genocide in modern times.
The globalization of English as the world's lingua franca and a national and regional increase in non-native English speaking populations create a need for highly-trained practitioners who can address the widely variant and specialized educational needs of adult English language learners at home and abroad.