Bachelor of Arts Degree - British/Irish/Anglophone Literature Concentration (37 hours)

3 hours from the following classes:

ENGL 2410

Critical Approaches to Literature

3

ENGL 2420

Critical Approaches to Language Studies

3

Total Credit Hours:

3

3 hours from the following surveys in British Literature:

ENGL 2310

Introduction to English Literature

3

ENGL 2320

Introduction to English Literature

3

Total Credit Hours:

3

3 hours from the following Language Studies courses:

ENGL 2280

Introduction to Language

3

ENGL 2420

Critical Approaches to Language Studies

3

ENGL 3610

Introduction to Linguistics

3

ENGL 3980

Technical Writing Across the Disciplines

3

ENGL 4620

History of English

3

ENGL 4650

Structure of English

3

ENGL 4670

Sociolinguistics

3

ENGL 4690

Topics in Linguistics

3

ENGL 4730

Rhetoric

3

ENGL 4750

Composition Theory and Pedagogy

3

ENGL 4810

Digital Literacies for Technical Communicators

3

ENGL 4830

Technical Communication

3

ENGL 4850

Information Design for Technical Communicators

3

ENGL 4870

Technical Editing

3

ENGL 4890

Capstone Course in Technical Communication

3

Total Credit Hours:

3

3 hours from the following British/Irish/Anglophone Literature courses:

ENGL 3400

Junior Topics in British/Irish/Anglophone Literature

3

Total Credit Hours:

3

Other 3000 substitutions may be available

9 hours from the following British/Irish/Anglophone Literature courses:

ENGL 4310

Middle English Literature

3

ENGL 4320

Chaucer

3

ENGL 4330

Sixteenth-Century Literature

3

ENGL 4340

Shakespeare

3

ENGL 4350

Shakespeare's Contemporaries

3

ENGL 4360

Seventeenth Century Literature

3

ENGL 4370

Restoration and Eighteenth Century Literature

3

ENGL 4380

The Eighteenth Century English Novel

3

ENGL 4410

Literature of the Romantic Period

3

ENGL 4420

Literature of the Victorian Period

3

ENGL 4430

The Nineteenth Century English Novel

3

ENGL 4460

The Twentieth Century English Novel

3

ENGL 4480

Twentieth Century English Literature

3

Total Credit Hours:

9

1 hour from the following course:

ENGL 4790

English Career Preparation

1

ENGL 4800

English Internship (three hours is preferred)

1-3

ENGL 4990

Senior Paper or Project

1

Total Credit Hours:

1

Fifteen hours of additional English electives are required; 9 hours may come from the 1000- and 2000-levels, with a maximum of 3 hours at the 1000-level.

ENGL 2000, 3000, 4960 and other courses deemed “special topics” may satisfy requirements in specific concentrations or areas depending on subject matter.

*Senior Paper or Project. Attached to an existing 4000-level English course in which a student is currently enrolled and normally added during the first six weeks of the academic semester, the Senior Paper or Project contracts a student to produce a culminating paper or project in an area of the English major. The paper or project produced in conjunction with this course will constitute a student’s most dedicated accomplishment at the end of her or his undergraduate career.