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2012-2013 General Catalog 
    
2012-2013 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

English, B.A.


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English


Freshman Year (29-31 Sem. Hrs.)


  • Area of concentration requirements (3)
  • ENGL 1001 English Composition (3)
  • General education humanities course (other than English or foreign language) (3)
  • General education analytical reasoning course (from mathematics department) (3)
  • Foreign language courses (8-10)
  • General education natural sciences course sequence (6) *
  • Approved elective (may be in area of concentration) (3)

Sophomore Year (29-27 Sem. Hrs.)


  • Area of concentration requirements (6)
  • ENGL 2000 English Composition (3)
  • Foreign language courses (8-6)
  • General education natural sciences course (3) *
  • General education arts course (3)
  • Approved electives (may be in area of concentration or ROTC) (6)

Junior Year (32 Sem. Hrs.)


  • Area of concentration requirements (12)
  • General education analytical reasoning course (3)
  • General education social sciences courses (3 hrs. at 2000 level or above) (6)
  • Approved electives (may be in area of concentration) (11)

Senior Year (30 Sem. Hrs.)


  • Area of concentration requirements (15)
  • Approved electives (may be in area of concentration) (15)

120 Total Sem. Hrs.


Students majoring in English must com-plete, with at least a 2.00 average, a total of 36 semester hours in the subject, 15 of which must be in courses numbered 3000 or above.

*If the two-course sequence is taken in the physical sciences, then the three-hour course must be taken from the life sciences and vice versa.

A special curriculum leading to the BA degree with departmental honors in English is also offered. Details are available from the departmental office.

Areas of Concentration


 Four areas of concentration are offered: creative writing, literature, secondary education, and writing and culture. Special requirements for each area are as follows:

Creative Writing


Literature


Writing and Culture


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