Undergraduate Programs of Study

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Requirements of Majors and Minors in the Department from the Undergraduate Catalog 2013-14, scroll down as appropriate

Majors (in the order they appear in the catalog)

Minors (in the order they appear in the catalog)

  • English (18 credits)
  • Writing (18 credits)
  • Writing for Teachers (for Secondary Education English majors only, 18 credits)
  • Journalism (21 credits)
  • Cinema Studies (18 credits)
  • Creative Writing (18 credits)
  • Descriptive Linguistics (21 credits)
  • Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL, 21 credits)
  • Language and Computation (24 credits)
  • Complementary Subject Matter - Linguistics, Writing (18 credits each)

 

General Pre-requisite:

ENG 110 is a pre-requisite for all other courses in the English Department, except ENG 099, ESL 108 and 109.

Courses in Fall 2014 that fulfill English Area Requirements

British Literature

Pre-1798

220: Shakespeare
333: English Renaissance
398.01: Love in the Middle Ages
458.01: Milton and Wordsworth
461: Shakespeare: Major Comedies

Post-1798

358: Reading the Great War
458.70: Jane Austen
458.01: Milton and Wordsworth
487: 20th-Century British Drama

American Literature
Pre-1865

341: American Renaissance
449.01: Nathaniel Hawthorne
449.02: James Fenimore Cooper
489: Poe at the Movies

Post-1865

343: Modern American Literature
345: Modern African-American Literature
398.03: William Faulkner
398.02: Contemporary Amer. Short Story
448: American Women Playwrights
449.03: Hemingway
489: Poe at the Movies


World Literature
367: Global Novel
398.70: Tolstoy's Anna Karenina
488: Obscenity and Aesthetics

Literature Electives
Any of the above

Note: Students who declared the English BA major after Spring 2012 may use one of the following courses as a Literature Elective:

ENG 372: Creative Writing: Fiction II
ENG 374: Creating Writing: Poetry II
ENG 375: Creative Nonfiction II
ENG 401: Advanced Composition
ENG 483: Advance Creative Nonfiction
ENG 484: Advanced Fiction Workshop
ENG 485: Advanced Poetry Workshop