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M.A.T. English (Prospective Teachers)
M.A.T. English (Current Teachers)
Rivier's graduate English programs are distinctive for their breadth of course offerings and for the highly qualified faculty who teach them. Since today's English graduate students are as likely to be employees of high-tech firms as teachers and college professors, the program offers a blend of the traditional and the new. Regardless of the path you intend to pursue, Rivier's graduate English programs will provide essential skills in literature and writing, including an ability to think analytically, write effectively, and approach the study of language and meaning from the rich perspective of the past.
Facilities and resources
The newly renovated and expanded Regina Library offers 91,000 volumes and access to more than three million volumes in 12 area libraries. Students also have online access to licensed databases in literature, language, literary criticism, poetry, author biographies and more.
You'll find Rivier graduates teaching at colleges, universities, high schools and middle schools across the country and around the world. They work in publishing, advertising and public relations. They have published poems, criticism, screenplays, short stories, novels and non-fiction.