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English & Theatre Arts Dept.

Course No.

Course Title

Engl

351

History of the English Language

Engl

or 401

Engl

497

English Grammar (English Ed majors must take both)

Credits 3

Writing Portfolio

1

Engl

Writing Elective (must be upper division)

3

Engl

Electives

9

Total Semester Credits

37

Dept.

Course No.

Course Title

Credits

Engl

201

Introduction to Literary Study and Analysis

3

Engl

210

World Literature to 1500

3

Engl

230

English Literature to 1785

3

Engl

231

English Literature since 1785

3

Engl

250

American Literature to 1865

3

Engl

251

American Literature since 1865

3

Engl

314

Advanced Expository Writing

3

Engl

331

Shakespeare

3

Engl

351

History of the English Language

3

Engl

401

English Grammar

3

Engl

414

Advanced Multi-Genre Writing

3

Engl

497

Writing Portfolio

1

Engl

Elective (must be upper division)

3

Total Semester Credits

37

Requirements for the English Education Major Teaching Major: Students who plan to teach English must take these specific courses as part of the 37 credits required for the major:

English education majors must also take co-requirements for teacher certification as required by the Teacher Education Department. See the Teacher Education section of this catalog.

Writing concentration. Students may elect to complete a writing concentration within the English major. These students must meet the requirements stated above but include within the thirty-six-credit major at least three upper-division writing courses. Postgraduate study. Two years of a foreign language are strongly recommended for majors going to graduate school. Requirements for the English Minor The English minor requires at least twenty semester credits of English beyond 102, including at least one course in British literature and at least three upper-division courses. The Creative Writing Minor The minor in Creative Writing can enhance virtually any professional program as it offers students the opportunity to learn the craft of writing by studying the works of published writers, by writing and revising their own work, and by examining, critiquing, and supporting each other’s work. The minor in Creative Writing will be awarded only on completion of a baccalaureate degree at University of Jamestown.

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