B.A. in English (54 Credits)
ENG 199; ENG 221 or 222;* ENG 225 or 226;* ENG 227 or 228;* ENG 262; ENG 355; one American literature course at 300-/400-level; one English literature course at 300-/400-level; one world literature course at 300-/400-level; ENG 499. In addition to these 30 credits, the students must also, in consultation with their advisor, select 15 hours, nine of which must be at the 300-/400-level, that reflect one of the following areas of specialization.
* NOTE: at least one of the surveys must come from the first half of a sequence, and at least one of the surveys must come from the second half of the sequence.
General Literature: Two additional 200-level surveys plus three additional* literature courses at the 300-/400-level.
Comprehensive: Two additional 200-level surveys, two additional* literature courses at the 300-/400-level, and a linguistics course, preferably ENG 458.
Writing: 15 credits. Choose from the following writing courses: ENG 200, 202, 207, 301, 303, 304, 306, 307, 356, 480, and 482.
Multicultural literature: ENG 230 and 365 are required (6 credits); one additional multicultural literature course from among the following: ENG 227, 228, 231, 241; two additional multicultural literature courses from among the following offerings: ENG 331, 354, and 454.
Cultural studies: Three courses (9 credits) from among the following offerings: ENG 150, 242, 250, and 353; two additional coursesÑany one of the preceding not already used, ENG 350, and 352.
Linguistics: ENG 263, 353, 457, 458, and 459.
Movie Studies and Drama: One movie studies course (ENG 150, 350), one drama course (ENG 140, 342, 343, 344, 345, 455), one Shakespeare course (ENG 412, 413), plus any two additional courses in movie studies, drama, and/or Shakespeare. An additional, nine hours of 300-/400-level English electives must also be taken.
* Excluding linguistics, folklore, and movie studies