Degree Levels Offered for English

Sample Free Open
English Courses


Media Course Start Date Professor School
001 full-course 1 English Literature Analysis N/A N/A XSIQ
This is an introductory course to popular English literature, including works such as Macbeth and The Crucible, with emphasis on literary analysis.
001 full-course 1 English Vocabulary and Pronunciation N/A N/A Classbites
Made for students looking to perfect their pronunciation skills, this course uses vocabulary concerning shopping, popular sports, and foods to teach silent letters and other complications in pronunciation.
001 full-course 1 Fundamentals of English Grammar N/A N/A XSIQ
This course is intended to be an overview of the fundamentals of English grammar, with particular focus on punctuation and writing in English.
005 full-course 5 Introduction to Business English 2012-09-01 Fall 2012 Gail Schwartz University of California, Irvine (UC Irvine)
This course is for those who want to improve their international business English communication skills. Students learn about business communication in the U.S. and internationally, and they may learn cross-cultural communications skills for professional settings.
001 full-course 1 Introduction to English Grammar - Tenses and Sentence Structure N/A N/A AngloLink
This course provides a comprehensive review of sentence structure and discrepancies with tenses, including common mistakes people make, how word order changes the meaning of a sentence, and accurate usage of various tenses.
001 full-course 1 Social English Language Skills N/A N/A Classbites
This English language course caters to students who wish to improve their skills for speaking English in a social atmosphere.
001 full-course 1 Speaking and Writing English Effectively N/A N/A XSIQ
This English language course challenges the advanced learner to speak in a variety of different scenarios and write for both creative and technical purposes using the language.
004 article 4 Writing Skills for Business English N/A N/A Commonwealth of Learning
This course covers basic grammar skills, putting grammar to use, creating short writing, and applying English skills to special projects.

Accredited Online English Degrees

School Accepts Transfer Credits Freshmen Acceptance Rate Financial Aid Rate Graduation Rate
University of Nevada-Las Vegas Yes 81% 90% 39%
Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania Yes 72% 78% 61%
American Career College-Ontario Yes N/A 67% 72%
Keiser University-Jacksonville Yes 96% 98% 57%
Colorado Mesa University Yes 80% 87% 27%
Everest University-Brandon Yes 100% 99% 25%
University of Maryland-University College Yes 100% 79% 12%
University of Nevada-Reno Yes 82% 90% 51%
California University of Pennsylvania Yes 59% 92% 51%
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Yes 76% 74% 68%
Keiser University-Daytona Yes 96% 98% 57%
Cossatot Community College of the University of Arkansas Yes 100% 93% 31%
University of Louisiana Monroe Yes 91% 97% 37%
Malone University Yes 75% 100% 62%
Rosemont College Yes 50% 99% 61%
Everest College-Salt Lake City Yes 100% 100% 46%
Southern Adventist University Yes 49% 99% 55%
Strayer University-Kentucky Yes 100% 100% N/A
Herzing University-Madison Yes 89% 100% 59%
Allen School-Phoenix No N/A 98% 79%

English at a Glance

Number of Degrees Conferred in English

    • 52,744 Bachelor's Degrees in
      English
      • 32% Male
        Students
      • 68% Female
        Students
    • 9,476 Master's Degrees in
      English
      • 33% Male
        Students
      • 67% Female
        Students
    • 1,344 Doctoral Degrees in
      English
      • 39% Male
        Students
      • 61% Female
        Students

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