Major in English, BS (Certifiable for secondary education, 39 credits)

ENG 298 Introduction to Literary Studies 3
ENG 203 Survey of World Literature: Ancient to Early Modern 3
   or    
ENG 204 Survey of World Literature: 17th Century to the Present 3
ENG 205 Survey of British Literature: Middle Ages to the 18th Century 3
ENG 210 Survey of American Literature: Pre-Civil War 3
and 3 credits from the following:  
ENG 203 Survey of World Literature: Ancient to Early Modern  3
ENG 204 Survey of World Literature: 17th Century to the Present 3
ENG 206 Survey of British Literature: Romanticism to the Present 3
ENG 211 Survey of American Literature: Civil War to the Present 3
     
ENG 402 Advanced Composition & Technology in the English Classroom 3
ENG 406 Teaching the Mechanics of Writing 3
ENG 449 Major American Authors 3
ENG 486 World Literature and Film 3
(or another appropriate 300-400 level international media and literature course)
ENG 492 Literature for Young Adults 3
ENG 220 Shakespeare 3
   or    
ENG 461 Shakespeare: Major Comedies 3
   or    
ENG 462 Shakespeare: Major Tragedies 3
one additional 300-400-level British literature course*
and additional 300-400-level American literature course

LING 200 must be taken to fulfill Study Area III.

Professional education courses: ENG 420 (to be taken concurrently with EDSC 425) and ENG 435 (to be taken concurrently with EDSC 435) counted toward professional education. Also, SPED 315, EDTE 316, EDSC 425, EDF 415, RDG 440, EDSC 435 are required for certification.

A minor is required for this major.

*There is one exception to this statement that the remaining credits must be on the 300-400 level. ENG 220 may be taken as fulfillment of the upper division requirement in British literature. All studies courses (ENG 448, 458, 449, and 488) may be taken twice under different topics. Further substitutions within area requirements are permitted only with prior approval of the advisor and the department chair.

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