Major in English, BA (42 credits)

15 credits as follow:

ENG 298 Introduction to Literary Studies 3
ENG 398 Studies in Literary Theory and Research 3
ENG 205 Survey of British Literature: Middle Ages to the 18th Century 3
ENG 210 Survey of American Literature: Pre-Civil War 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

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

and 3 credits from the following:

LING 200 Introduction to Linguistics 3
LING 230 The Study of Language 3
LING 400 Linguistics Analysis 3
LING 430 Studies in Linguistics & the English Language 3
LING 431 The History of the English Language 3

In addition, 24 credits* on the 300-400 level as follows:

6 credits in British literature, at least one in a period preceding 1798 and at least one in a period following 1798; 6 credits in American literature, one in a period preceding 1865 and one in a period following 1865; 3 credits in world literature; and 9 credits of 300/400-level electives drawn from English literature or film courses or selected writing courses (ENG 372, 374, 375, 401, 483, 484, 485; only one writing course may be used as an elective). ENG 220 may be used to satisfy the British pre-1798 requirement or as one of the literature electives.

Students' 24 credits in 300/400 level courses must include at least nine credits in literature courses at the 300 level and at least six credits in literature courses at the 400 level.

All variable-topic courses (ENG 348, 358, 388, 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.

A minor is required for this major.

*Depending on its topic, ENG 398 may count as one of the 300-400 level required or elective literature courses.

powered by finalsite