Dec 13, 2018  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

English, B.A.

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The Bachelor of Arts in English prepares students for graduate and professional studies in any field and for unlimited career opportunities in which a strong foundation in English is essential. Students graduating from this program apply their skills and abilities in professions such as public relations staff, editor, writer, desktop publisher, reporter, legal assistant, and research assistant.

Major Requirements

Admission to the English Program

Students are conditionally admitted to the program when they have fewer than 10 semester hours to complete their General Education requirement.


Students must complete a minimum of 123 hours, including the General Education program.

Please refer to the vertical curriculum for additional course requirements

English : Total Semester Hours=120

Freshman Year

First Semester

Total: 14

Total: 16

Sophomore Year

Junior Year

Total: 16

Second Semester

Total: 15

Senior Year

Total: 15

Second Semester

Total: 15


~ English Elective can be another Special Topic (EN 421- 424 ). Major Author (EN 431- 434 ), or an Internship Course (EN 490).

ALL DECLARED students MUST see a Student Success Coach FOR THE FIRST SIXTY HOURS OF DEGREE COMPLETION to review the details of the vertical curriculum and prerequisites requirements.

GE = General Education Courses

* Based on your placement testing scores, these courses may require prerequisites which may extend the number of semesters needed to complete degree requirements. These prerequisites do not count towards the degree for graduation.

**MARCHlNG BAND MEMBERS ONLY, MUST substitute PE Activity with MUB 110 - Marching Band .

**ROTC MEMBERS ONLY, substitute PE Activity with MY 104 - Basic Military Science  and MYL 104L - Basic Military Science Laboratory . (ROTC)

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