The Graduate Programs in English are designed to prepare students for doctoral level studies at another university; to meet the general needs of students teaching at the elementary and secondary levels who wish to upgrade their capabilities; to prepare students for careers in teaching English as a second language; and to prepare students who aspire to teach at the community college level.

Graduate classes are small and provide students with ample opportunities for interaction with professors and other graduate students. Graduate-level classes are offered in the late afternoons and evenings.

Visit our Unofficial Guide to Surviving the English graduate program to read what past and current students have to say about the program and about your keys to success as an English graduate student at Central Michigan University.

We offer Master of Arts degrees in:

Questions about the English Graduate Program?

Contact Darrin Doyle, Graduate Program Coordinator
Anspach 301E
Mount Pleasant, MI 48859
989-774-1349 ​​​