Minor in English

Students majoring in any other discipline may minor in English.

There are several advantages for obtaining this minor. First, students expand their knowledge of literature written in English, deepening the liberal arts portion of their undergraduate education. Second, in the courses that the Department of English offers, writing skills are emphasized, so students should learn to develop complex and sophisticated arguments through the analysis of literary work. The training students receive in these courses can prepare them for careers in which writing and editing are of the greatest significance, or in which critical thinking skills are valued.

Requirements

Fifteen hours in 3000 and 4000-level courses

Period Courses: (Two courses - Six hours)

1. One course in British literature before 1800
or
One course in American literature before 1860

2. One course in British literature after 1800
or
One course in American literature after 1860
Note: In addition to these courses, the Department may designate specific course each semester which will fulfill these requirements.

3. Three courses (nine hours) at the 3000 and 4000-level in the Department of English.

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Requirements of English Minor