Bachelor of Arts – Subject Major in Literature

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A student must complete the following program in addition to the Essential Studies requirements and a major or minor in another area.

Essential Studies
ENG 232AHISTORY OF AMERICAN LIT TO 18653
ENG 232BHIST OF AMERICAN LIT FROM 18653
ENG 233ELEMENTS OF LITERATURE3
ENG 236AHISTORY OF BRITISH LITERATURE TO 17953
ENG 236BHISTORY OF BRITISH LITERATURE FROM 17953
Select one of the following: 13
MULTI-ETHNIC LITERATURE IN ENGLISH
GENDER, SEXUALITY, AND LITERATURE
NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURE
ENG 436WORLD LITERATURE3
ENG 440THEORY & PRAC OF LIT CRITICISM3
ENG 442MAJOR WRITERS3
ENG Electives 29
RHETORIC AND WRITING
TOPICS IN WRITING
TECHNICAL WRITING
CHILDREN'S LITERATURE
INTRO TO CREATIVE WRITING
GRAPHIC NOVEL: STUDIES IN DIVERSITY & DIFFERENCE
THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF TEACHING READING
GRAMMAR & LINGUISTICS
RHETORIC AND THE ART OF WRITING
THEORY AND PRACTICE OF TEACHING WRITING
CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE
LITERATURE OF THE AMERICAN WEST
LITERATURE & PHILOSOPHY
LITERATURE OF THE ENVIRONMENT
LITERATURE OF THE BIBLE
LITERACY IN THE DIGITAL AGE
ADVANCED CREATIVE WRITING:NONFICTION
ADVANCED CREATIVE WRITING:FICTION
ADVANCED CREATIVE WRITING:POETRY
SHAKESPEARE
ADOLESCENT LITERATURE
NOVELS
SPECIALIZED METHODS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS
Total Credits36
1

Courses not taken to satisfy this requirement may be taken to satisfy the ENG upper-division elective (see below).

2

Six credits must be upper-division.

English majors considering a graduate program are encouraged to complete a Thesis & Capstone Project (ENG 400 INDEPENDENT STUDY OR RESEARCH).