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Advisor: Staci Stone
              

A.  Required Courses . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 hours

ENG 221   Introduction to English Studies

            ENG 303   English Literature to 1760

                                    or

                        ENG 304   English Literature, 1760 to the Present

                        ENG 311   American Literature to 1890

                        or

                        ENG 312   American Literature 1890 to the Present

                        ENG 321   Research Writing

                        Or

                        ENG 404   Advanced Composition

 

B.  Electives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .  6 hours

     Two of the following courses:

            ENG 214   Introduction to Creative Writing

            ENG 224   Writing in the Professions

            ENG 243    Literary Masterpieces: Myth, Folklore, and Legend

            ENG 303*  British Literature to 1760

            ENG 304*  British Literature, 1760 to the Present

            ENG 306   Contemporary Literature

            ENG 307   World Literature to 1830

            ENG 308   World Literature, 1830 to the Present

            ENG 309   History of the English Language

            ENG 310   Linguistics and English Grammars

            ENG 311*  American Literature to 1890

            ENG 312*  American Literature, 1890 to the Present

            ENG 316   The Bible as Literature

            ENG 318   Women’s Literature

            ENG 319   Gay and Lesbian Literature

            ENG 328   Standard English Usage

            ENG 330   Special Topics

            ENG 334   Shakespeare

            ENG 341   Introduction to Fiction

            ENG 342   Introduction to Poetry

            ENG 360   Literature and Philosophy

            ENG 370   Law and Literature

            ENG 371   Literature and the Environment

            ENG 380   Introduction to Poetry and Poetics

            ENG 426   Classical Literature

            ENG 427   Medieval Literature

            ENG 428   Renaissance Literature

            ENG 440   Traditional Rhetoric and the Written Argument

            ENG 441   Contemporary Rhetoric and the Written Argument

            ENG 470  Literary Criticism

 

  • Or, with the departmental advisor’s approval,  other upper-level English courses

           *If not taken as a Required Course under A

 

 

           Total:  18 hours

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