Undergraduate Programs

Undergraduate Majors and Minors

A Bachelor of Arts in English is an enriching pursuit that can lead to an exciting career in teaching, law, publishing, information science, business and beyond.

Undergraduate Writing Requirements

All students must demonstrate competency in writing skills as a requirement for graduation. The following information lists the ways available to meet this graduation requirement as well as information about Composition for Multilingual Students.

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Composition for Multilingual Students Program

Learn more about how multilingual students can fulfill their English G.E. requirements through the Composition for Multilingual Students Program.

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Major in English Education

Develop the subject-matter knowledge needed to enter credential programs and become an English language arts teacher at the secondary level.

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Major in Literature

Delve deep into historically grounded study of British, American and “post-colonial” Anglophone literatures. 

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Major in Linguistics

Wield the tools of linguistic analysis, and you’ll be hooked on phonetics. 

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Major in Technical and Professional Writing

This degree can employ you in almost every field of industry and public life, including technology, business, government and research and nonprofit organizations.

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Individual Major

Create your own course of interdisciplinary studies in the English language and literature realm.

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Minor in English and American Literature

There is much ado about literature in this program, an enriching complement to any major, whether in the arts, humanities, sciences or business.

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Minor in Linguistics

Explore the patterns of sounds, words, sentences and conversations in a variety of languages and speech communities.

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Certificate in Technical & Professional Writing

The Technical & Professional Writing (TPW) Program offers a certficate option to complement your education and experience in other fields.

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Minor in Technical and Professional Writing

Master the fundamentals in the classroom, on the desktop and at an internship.

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Related Resources


Advising Resource Center

The College of Liberal & Creative Arts established the student Advising Resource Center (ARC) to provide multiple support services to students. You can receive information regarding requirements for your degree, petitions, financial aid, tutoring, student clubs, events, careers and much more.

Advising Resource Center

Course Classification Guide

Check the list to see the classification for many of the courses.