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- English Graduate Programs
- Master of Criminal Justice
- Master of Business Administration
- M.S. in Strategic Communication
- Counselor Education
- Doctor of Physical Therapy
- MFA in Design Thinking
- Health Sciences Dual Degree Track (MS to DHSC)
- Master's Degrees in Music
- MFA in Studio Art
- Master of Occupational Therapy
- Teacher Education & Leadership
- Master of Social Work
- Doctor of Nursing Practice
- Master of Science in Nursing Administration
- Physician Assistant
- Doctor of Health Sciences
- Family Nurse Practitioner
- Master of Healthcare Administration
- Master of Science in Health Sciences
- M.S. in Athletic Training
- Master of Science in Nursing
- Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD)
Your Education. Your Way.
Radford University's graduate program in English leads to a Master of Arts (MA) or Master of Science (MS) with the choice between a literature concentration or a MS in English education with the option for teacher licensure. Our graduate program prepares students to take the next step in their career, whether they will be pursuing teaching at a higher level or entering into a variety of professions.
Why Choose Radford?
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Prepare for a career teaching at the community college level, future pursuit of a doctoral degree or a new career in a variety of professions.
Choose between a literature or education concentration, with options for teaching licensure. Not ready to jump in to a masters degree program yet? Online certificates are also available.
Assistantships available including Graduate Teaching Fellowship. Assistantships provide the potential for few to no out-of-pocket costs for our students.
Being a Graduate Teaching Assistant has been really rewarding. Not only have I learned how to plan writing lessons and guide students through the research and writing processes that I love, but I've also been able to learn more from my mentor and teaching partner."