Students must take at least three courses at the 300 level.
Internships (ENGL 375-377) and study abroad strongly encouraged for all majors. Consult with advisor and Office of International Studies.
Writing 100 and the general literature courses (English 101, 102, 103, 104, and 105) may not be used to satisfy requirements for the major, minor, or interdepartmental major programs of the English Department. The general literature course restriction, however, does not apply to Early Childhood, Middle Level, and Secondary English majors.
Electives from other disciplines can help in achieving a fully developed academic objective. Suggested areas are graphic design, history, foreign languages, marketing, philosophy, photography, political science, psychology, and sociology.