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

Core (24 credits)

ENG 205 Survey of British Literature: Middle Ages to the 18th Century 3
ENG 206 Survey of British Literature: Romanticism to the Present 3
ENG 210 Survey of American Literature: Pre-Civil War  3
ENG 211 Survey of American Literature: Civil War to the Present 3
ENG 491 Children’s Literature 3
ENG 492 Literature for Young Adults 3
LING 200 Introduction to Linguistics 3
LING 300 Language Acquisition 3

 

Composition Sequence (6 credits): either,

Expository:

ENG 202 Intermediate Composition 3
and    
ENG 401 Advanced Composition 3
or    
Fiction:  
ENG 371 Creative Writing: Fiction I 3
and    
ENG 372 Creative Writing: Fiction II 3
   or    
Poetry:    
ENG 373 Creative Writing: Poetry I 3
and    
ENG 374 Creative Writing: Poetry II 3
   or    
Creative Nonfiction:    
ENG 370  Creative Nonfiction I 3
and    
ENG 375  Creative Nonfiction II 3

or

   
Journalism:    
JRN 200 Introduction to Journalism  3
and    
JRN 235 News Writing and Reporting I 3
or one of the following with permission of instructor/program coordinator:  
JRN 380 Feature Writing 3
JRN 381 Opinion Writing 3
JRN 418 Studies in Journalism 3
     
Directed Electives (9 credits)  
ENG 270 Dramatic Enactment 3
   or    
ENG 274 Storytelling 3

and 6 credits at the 300-400 level in literature (Briitish, American or World) or CINE, or ENG 220, selected in consultation with advisor.

 

SPED 315 is required for certification.

 

No minor is required for this major.

 

For Certification in Elementary Education, Primary Subject Matter Area in English* (24 credits)

ENG 205 Survey of British Literature: Middle Ages to the 18th Century 3
ENG 206 Survey of British Literature: Romanticism to the Present 3
ENG 210 Survey of American Literature: Pre-Civil War 3
ENG 211 Survey of American Literature: Civil War to the Present 3
ENG 270 Dramatic Enactment 3
   or    
ENG 274 Storytelling 3
ENG 491 Children’s Literature 3
LING 230 The Study of Language 3

3 elective credits at the 300-400 level in British, American or world literature, or ENG 220, selected in consultation with an advisor. See department for details.

*Please consult with the School of Education and Professional Studies concerning additional requirements for dual subject programs and interdisciplinary majors.

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