Wyman H. Herendeen
John Bernard (Emeritus), Elizabeth Brown-Guillory, Chitra Divakaruni, Mark Doty, Ted Estess, Wyman H. Herendeen, Tony Hoagland, Lawrence Hogue, Carl Lindahl, Cynthia Macdonald (Emeritus), John McNamara, David Mikics, William Monroe, Antonya Nelson, Robert Phillips, James Pickering, Irving Rothman, Adam Zagajewski, Lois Zamora, James Zebroski
Hosam Aboul-Ela, Margot Backus, Dorothy Baker, Harmon Boertien, Ann Christensen, James Cleghorn, Marianne Cooley, Terrell Dixon, Tamara Fish (Clinical), Peter Gingiss, Maria Gonzalez, Elizabeth Gregory, Paul Guajardo, Natalie Houston, David Judkins, James Kastely, David Mazella, James Pipkin, Dudley Reynolds, Lorraine Stock, George Trail, Lynn Voskuil, Roberta Weldon, Linda Westervelt, Barry Wood, Patricia Yongue, Sherry Zivley
Paul Butler, Sally Connolly, Karen Fang, Jamie Ferguson, Nick Flynn, Matthew Johnson, Alexander Parsons, Hazel Pierre, Jennifer Wingard
The University of Houston also offers the Master of Arts and Doctor of
Philosophy in the Department of English. The Master of Arts includes
majors in English and American literature, applied English linguistics,
and creative writing and literature.
The Doctor of Philosophy includes English and American literature, and literature and creative writing.
For information regarding admission to the graduate programs, degree requirements, and course listing, consult with the director of graduate studies in the Department of English and refer to the Graduate and Professional Studies catalog.
The Language and Culture Center (LCC), housed in the Department of English, provides noncredit compensatory English language instruction to undergraduate and graduate international students who must improve their reading, writing, grammar, or spoken English language skills to compete successfully in the university classroom. Graduate students who score low on the Test of Spoken English (TSE), the Foreign Service Institute (FSI) direct proficiency oral interview, or other nationally standardized tests may enroll (register) for courses in reading/writing, pronunciation, and teaching styles in higher education.
LCC courses do not count toward a degree, but do count toward full-time student status for immigration reporting purposes, and for calculation of building use and student service fees.
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