Write Your Own Ticket in the English Master’s Program at BSU
Does great literature make your heart soar? Are you curious about how rhetoric shapes human societies? Do you aspire to write professionally?
Ideally situated in the city hailed as the center of “independence” and “productive power” by Ralph Waldo Emerson, Bridgewater State University offers a roster of compelling English graduate programs including a master's degree in English, a master’s in linguistics, a master's in English literature, a master’s in English education and a master’s degree in creative writing.
You’ll learn from faculty in the Department of English, which include the winner of the Dr. Robert A. Daniel Award for Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Justice 2020; the author of Acts of Poetry: American Poets’ Theater and the Politics of Performance; the winner of the Presidential Award for Distinguished Teaching; the winner of the Dr. James DiNardo Teaching Award; and a member of the advisory committee for the Martin Richard Institute for Social Justice. Graduates from our English master’s programs go on to roles in editing, teaching and writing as well as build careers at libraries and cultural institutions.