Idaho State University (ISU) has a distinctive program Ph.D. program that might interest members of this group.
The Ph.D. in English and the Teaching of English integrates research in literature with practical and theoretical training in the teaching of composition and literature. The aim of the program is to prepare students for teaching careers in English at two- and four-year colleges and universities.
ISU has an established record of doctoral training, having offered doctoral degrees in English since 1971. The PhD in English and the Teaching of English is the only PhD program in English in Idaho, Montana, or Wyoming and it attracts applicants from around the region, nation, and the world. Funding is available in the form of TAships and fellowships. The program is especially well-suited for those who already have experience teaching at the college level and whose primary career goal is a tenure-track position at a two-year college.
The department also offers a Graduate Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), which may be completed as part of the degree or as a stand-alone credential.
Information about graduate programs in English at Idaho State is available at the department website, or by contacting Jessica Winston, Professor of English and Director of Graduate Studies, at email@example.com.
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