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MAJOR IN ENGLISH (Bachelor of Arts)

A student majoring in English must complete 58 quarter hours in the major, the required cognates, the general studies program, and all baccalaureate degree requirements as outlined in this bulletin. Senior students are required to take the Major Field Achievement Test (MFAT): Literature in English. Students planning to attend graduate school are advised to take the Graduate Record Examination, general and subject (English) sections.
 
Major Requirements:
ENGL210, 211, 212Survey of English and American Literature 12
ENGL234Literary Analysis 4
ENGL324 to 336; 389Writing 6
ENGL344 to 356; 368English Literature 12
ENGL364 to 366; 368American Literature 4
ENGL358, 359, 444 to 466Special Area 6-7
ENGL484 to 485Language 3
ENGL496, 497Seminar 3
Electives 7-8
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58
Electives must be chosen in consultation with and approved by the academic adviser assigned by the department chair.
 

Cognates:
HIST274, 275History of England  8
SPCH211Oral Interpretation4
   or
SPCH242Acting

 
Teacher Certification:
Students wishing teacher certification must take the following courses and fulfill certification requirements as listed by the Education and Psychology Department.
 
ENGL384Advanced English Grammars 3
ENGL374Literature for Children3
   or
ENGL375Literature for Young Adults
ENGL389Writing Theory 3
ENGL395Methods of Teaching High School English 3

 




MINOR IN ENGLISH

ENGL210, 211, 212Survey of English and American Literature 12
ENGL234Literary Analysis 4
ENGL344 to 368English or American Literature 4
Electives (6 must be upper division; 3 may be ENGL 374 or 375) 10
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30
Approval of English adviser required.
 





MINOR IN TEACHING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

A student minoring in Teaching English as a Second Language must complete 30 quarter hours. Courses taken for the Teaching English as a Second Language minor will not also apply toward an English major or minor.
EDUC 444Teaching Culturally Diverse Students 2
ENGL384Advanced English Grammars 3
ENGL389Writing Theory 3
ENGL485Linguistics 3
TESL286Teaching English as a Second Language 4
TESL320Second Language Acquisition 3
TESL340Teaching Language Arts and Reading in ESL 3
TESL480Trends and Issues in TESL 1
TESL490Practicum 2-4
Electives 4-6
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30
Electives must be chosen from the following courses:
 

SPCH401 Introduction to General Semantics 2
SPCH107Voice and Articulation 4
RELB233Intro to Cross-Cultural Ministries 3
SOCI236Racial and Ethnic Relations 3
ENGL214Themes in Lit: Ethnic and Minority Literature 4
ANTH225Cultural Anthropology 3

 



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