Urgent Question

Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by kelechi, Mar 1, 2006.

  1. kelechi

    kelechi New Member

    Hi good ones, I appreciate your priceless answers to questions.
    Please can anyone recommend any university that has both online and brick and mortar presence that one can enroll for 18 credits hours in graduate English classes.
    The university should have the best and affordable tuition... not expensive and 100 online.
    Please advice
  2. anthonym

    anthonym New Member

    You can get 18 credits in Fort Hays State U Master of Liberal Studies program with a concentration in English Lit:


    There is also National University M.A. in English online:

    National U
  3. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member

    This is not online but rather 100% paper-and-print DL, but California State University Dominguez Hills www.csudh.edu has an MA in Humanities with Literature Emphasis.
  4. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member

    Apparently, Northern Arizona University www.nau.edu also offers an MA in English via DL.
  5. triciaski

    triciaski New Member

    Hi, Kelechi,

    The program at NAU that Ted mentions has an 18-unit graduate certificate in professional writing offered through the English department. The certificate is a precursor to the full MA English program (i.e., all credits are required and transferrable), so I think it would probably meet the requirement you're looking for.

    NAU has pretty good out-of-state tuition for 100% distance learners. $358/credit for graduate classes.

  6. kelechi

    kelechi New Member

    Thanks everyone for your help. However, I thought National University is not a brick and mortar school?
  7. GBrown

    GBrown New Member

    "National is committed to accessibility and features 16 learning centers throughout San Diego County. Regional campuses are also located in Camarillo, Costa Mesa, Sacramento, Redding, San Jose, Stockton, Fresno, Bakersfield, Ontario, San Bernardino, Los Angeles, Sherman Oaks, Orange and Twentynine Palms, as well as Henderson, Nevada."


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