Major | Second Major | Minor | Second Academic Concentration
Note: if your catalog year is 2016–17 or earlier, you must email the Director of Undergraduate Studies to receive credit for the rhetoric requirement if you take ENG 304 or ENG 306 instead of ENG 305.
** New major requirements effective Fall 2010 for all new freshmen, new transfer students, and students changing majors to English.
Continuing students who were English majors before Fall 2010 must meet the previous set of requirements.
If you are confused about this, contact the Director of Undergraduate Studies, Dr. Karen Weyler (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Required: Students must complete the requirements described for the English major (36 s.h.).
You may minor in Creative Writing (18 s.h.) as an English major or with any other major.
For specific information about the Creative Writing Minor Plan click here.
You may minor in Rhetoric and Public Advocacy (18 s.h.) as an English major or with any other major:
For specific information about the Rhetoric and Public Advocacy Plan click here.
You may minor in English (18 s.h.) if you are a not an English major:
Students may declare a minor in the Office of Academic Advising, 159 Mossman. For further advice about the English minor, see Dr. Karen Weyler, Director of Undergraduate Studies in English.
The department also offers an 18-hour second academic concentration in English that meets requirements for Elementary Education (School of Education) and certain other University programs in education. Consult with your major advisor or with the Director of Undergraduate Studies in English. Education students who are required to complete another approved major or concentration in a basic academic discipline must fulfill the following requirements (18 semester hours) for a second academic concentration in English.
View additional course information in the Course Catalogue.
For Specific Information about the English Education Plan click here or contact Dr. Jeanie Reynolds.