Undergraduate Programs

Bachelor of Arts English Programs

The English Department offers the following academic programs:

Listed below you will find the English courses you will need for your B.A. or Minor. For the full requirements of the Bachelor of Arts, please see the most recent Calendar, available online and in print form. 


Four-Year Bachelor of Arts in English:

Students intending to use the four-year degree in English as
the basis for graduate studies are urged to obtain the advice of the
English Department Coordinator in planning their program. They
are also strongly recommended to take the Enhanced Program.

Basic Program: 36-45 credits required to include:

a) ENG 100 or 110 (ENG 100 is strongly recommended)
b) One of ENG 323, 324, 330, or 331
c) ENG 338 or 339
d) 6 credits chosen from ENG 341, 342, 343, 350, 354,
355, or 356
e) One of ENG 365, 366, 367, 392, 393, 394, 395, 396,
397, or 398
f) One of ENG 381, 382, 383, or 384
g) One of ENG 303, 304, 342, 356, or 396 (See Note 2,
below)
h) 3 credits chosen from the ENG 401-425 series or
ENG 480 (See Note 3, below)
i) ENG 491 or 492 (See Note 4, below)
j) 3-12 credits of unspecified senior-level English
courses

Notes:

1. In addition to 36 or more credits of English, all four-year
English majors may also count up to 12 credits chosen
from CLAS 201, WRI 300, WRI 310, WRI 391, WRI 392,
C LIT 201 and C LIT 202 as part of their English major.
2. ENG 342 or ENG 356 may also simultaneously be used in
partial fulfilment of requirement (d); ENG 396 may also
simultaneously fulfil requirement (e).
3. With the approval of the English Department Coordinator,
courses in the ENG 401-425 series may meet one of
the distribution requirements (b) to (g), depending on the
topic.
4. Students intending to pursue graduate studies in English
are encouraged to take both ENG 491 and ENG 492.
 

Enhanced Program: 54-60 credits required to include:

a) ENG 100 or 110 (ENG 100 is strongly recommended)
b) ENG 323 or 324
c) ENG 330 or 331
d) ENG 338 or 339
e) One of ENG 341, 342, or 343
f) One of ENG 350, 354, 355, or 356
g) One of ENG 365, 366, or 367
h) One of ENG 381, 382, 383, or 384
i) One of ENG 392, 393, 394, 395, 396, 397, or 398
j) One of ENG 303, 304, 342, 356, or 396 (See Note 2,
below)
k) 3 credits chosen from the ENG 401-425 series or ENG
480 (See Note 3, below)
l) ENG 491 and 492
m) 12-18 credits of unspecified senior-level English courses
 

Notes:

1. Students in the Enhanced Program may count up to 12
credits chosen from CLAS 201, WRI 300, WRI 310, WRI
391, WRI 392, C LIT 201 and C LIT 202 as part of their
enhanced English major.
2. ENG 342 may also simultaneously fulfil requirement (e);
ENG 356 may also simultaneously fulfil requirement (f);
ENG 396 may also simultaneously fulfil requirement (i).
3. With the approval of the English Department Coordinator,
courses in the ENG 401-425 series may meet one of
the distribution requirements (b) to (j), depending on the
topic.


Three-Year Bachelor of Arts in English:

24-30 credits required to include:

a) ENG 100 or 110
b) One of ENG 303, 323, 331, 338, 339, 350, or 354
c) One of ENG 324, 330, 341, 342, 343, 355 or 356
d) ENG 491 or 492
e) 9-15 credits of unspecified senior-level English
courses


Minor in English:

18-24 credits required to include:

a) ENG 100 or 110
b) 12-18 credits of unspecified senior-level English courses

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