Our Undergraduates are Active
To study English or Philosophy is to get out, interact with the world, participate in the progress of the discipline. Our undergraduates organize. They read their essays, fiction and poetry in public, and come to our reading series to listen to respected and well-known authors read their work. They study in Rome, London, Ireland and Chile. They win awards and fellowships. They go on to graduate school.
With the Department of English and Philosophy, you get the dedication of faculty members who share their passion for their work. You can participate in student organizations. You can study abroad. Most importantly, you get to experience all the ways the written word can come alive.
For a glimpse of what our department has to offer beyond the classroom, see Student Resources.
Fall '13 second-half-semester courses available
Looking for a compelling second-half-semester course for the fall term? Check these out in myGate (credit hours in parentheses):
COM 131: Intro to Interpersonal Communication (3)
HIS 176: History of the U.S. Constitution (3)
THD 104: The Theatrical Experience (3)
And also ...
ART 121: Art Appreciation (3)
CHE 101: Consumer Chemistry (4 , web course)
GER 102: Social Interactions in German (3)
HEA 110: Foundations of Community Health Ed (3)
HIS 201: Modern Europe (3)
IDC 199: Various Seminar Topics (1)
PHE 289: Officiating Soccer (1, web course)
POL 140: American National Government (3)
REC 112: Open Water Scuba Diving (2)
REC 161: Outdoor Cooking and Menu Planning (1)