Definition of MLitt in English:

MLitt

  • Master of Letters.

    ‘Susan Williams, MLitt’
    • ‘Our specialist taught MLitt degrees are aimed at students who have a more complete philosophical background - normally the equivalent to a first or upper second class degree in analytic philosophy.’
    • ‘I teach a post-graduate module in writing poetry, as part of our Creative Writing MLitt.’
    • ‘Admission to Oxford's MSt in Historical Research is based on the assumption that students are working towards their Oxford DPhil or MLitt and are admitted as such as Probationer Research Students.’
    • ‘Take a look at the wide range of MLitt programmes we have on offer.’

Origin

From Latin Magister Litterarum.