Issuu on Google+

Second Majors English The major in English promotes an understanding of literature, trains students to think critically and write effectively, and encourages them to reflect on the central issues of the human condition—all from a Christian perspective. Core curriculum classes in composition emphasize the skills of effective research and writing. English major classes present literature from within a Christian worldview. Students who major in English will be equipped to understand culture and to communicate the gospel to others clearly and effectively. In addition to the General Studies and Christian Studies requirements, English majors must complete the following:

English ENG3500 ENG3510 ENG4599

42 World Literature History of the English Language Seminar in Literary Theory

3 3 3

Choose one of the following two courses: ENG3521 Shakespeare I ENG3522 Shakespeare II

3 3

Choose one of the following period courses: ENG3710 American Romanticism 1820–1860 ENG3760 Contemporary American Novels ENG3770 Modern American Poetry ENG4630 Old and Middle English Poetry ENG4640 Seventeenth Century British Literature

3 3 3 3 3

Choose one of the following genre courses: ENG3750 Multi-Ethnic American Literature ENG3760 Contemporary American Novels ENG3770 Modern American Poetry ENG4610 Development of British Poetry ENG4620 Development of the British Novel

3 3 3 3 3

Choose any three English courses (3000 level or above): ENG____ English Electives (3000 level or above)

9

Choose one of the following pairs of foreign language courses: LAT2610 Latin I LAT2620 Latin II SPN1610 Spanish I SPN1620 Spanish II

3 3 3 3

Choose any three courses: Options Free Electives

9

Total Hours

126

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary | Academic Catalog 2012–2013 | The College at Southeastern Undergraduate and Graduate Degree Programs | 81


Official 2013 2014 academic catalog