Bachelor Of Arts In English With A Concentration In Language Studies

 

Required coursework:

ENGL 2420Critical Approaches to Language Studies

3 credits

ENGL 3610/ENGL 8615Introduction to Linguistics

3 credits

3 credits from the following list of American Literature courses:

ENGL 2410Critical Approaches to Literature

3 credits

ENGL 2450American Literature I

3 credits

ENGL 2460American Literature II

3 credits

ENGL 2470Survey of Native American Literature

3 credits

ENGL 2490Latino/a Literature

3 credits

ENGL 3100Native American Literature: Major Figures

3 credits

ENGL 3300Junior Topics in American Literature

3 credits

ENGL 4020/ENGL 8026American Poetry

3 credits

ENGL 4040/ENGL 8046Contemporary Poetry of England and America

3 credits

ENGL 4060/ENGL 8066The American Novel

3 credits

ENGL 4080/ENGL 8086The American Drama

3 credits

ENGL 4140/ENGL 8146American Literary Realism and Naturalism

3 credits

ENGL 4160/ENGL 8166Topics in American Regionalism

3 credits

ENGL 4180/ENGL 8186Major Movements in Contemporary Literature

3 credits

ENGL 4230/ENGL 8236Latino Literature

3 credits

ENGL 4250/WGST 4250/ENGL 8256Introduction to Women's Studies in Literature

3 credits

ENGL 4260/ENGL 8266Women of Color Writers

3 credits

ENGL 4270/WGST 4270/ENGL 8276Women Writers of the West

3 credits

3 credits from the following list of British/Irish/Anglophone Literature courses:

 

ENGL 2310Introduction to British Literature I

3 credits

ENGL 2320Introduction to British Literature II

3 credits

ENGL 2410Critical Approaches to Literature

3 credits

ENGL 2500Literature of Western Civilization: The Ancient World

3 credits

ENGL 2510Literature of Western Civilization: Middle Ages to Enlightenment

3 credits

ENGL 2520Literature of Western Civilization: The Modern World

3 credits

ENGL 3280Irish Literature I

3 credits

ENGL 3400Junior Topics in British/Irish/Anglophone Literature

3 credits

ENGL 4310/ENGL 8316Middle English Literature

3 credits

ENGL 4320/ENGL 8326Chaucer

3 credits

ENGL 4330/ENGL 8336Sixteenth-Century Literature

3 credits

ENGL 4340/ENGL 8346Shakespeare

3 credits

ENGL 4350/ENGL 8356Shakespeare's Contemporaries

3 credits

ENGL 4360/ENGL 8366Seventeenth Century Literature

3 credits

ENGL 4370/ENGL 8376Restoration and Eighteenth Century Literature

3 credits

ENGL 4380/ENGL 8386The Eighteenth Century English Novel

3 credits

ENGL 4410/ENGL 8416Literature of the Romantic Period

3 credits

ENGL 4420/ENGL 8426Literature of the Victorian Period

3 credits

ENGL 4430/ENGL 8436The Nineteenth Century English Novel

3 credits

ENGL 4460/ENGL 8466The Twentieth Century English Novel

3 credits

ENGL 4480/ENGL 8486Twentieth Century English Literature

3 credits

3 credits from the following list of Creative Nonfiction courses:

ENGL 3130American Nonfiction

3 credits

ENGL 3150Form and Style in Creative Nonfiction

3 credits

ENGL 4820/ENGL 8826Autobiography

3 credits

ENGL 4840/ENGL 8846Travel Writing

3 credits

ENGL 4860/ENGL 8866Modern Familiar Essay

3 credits

15 credits from the following list of Language Studies courses:

ENGL 3980Technical Writing Across the Disciplines

3 credits

ENGL 4620/ENGL 8626History of English

3 credits

ENGL 4650/ENGL 8656Structure of English

3 credits

ENGL 4670/ENGL 8676Sociolinguistics

3 credits

ENGL 4690/ENGL 8696Topics in Linguistics

3 credits

ENGL 4730/ENGL 8756/ENGL 8736Rhetoric

3 credits

ENGL 4750/ENGL 8756Composition Theory and Pedagogy

3 credits

ENGL 4810/ENGL 8816Digital Literacies for Technical Communicators

3 credits

ENGL 4830/JMC 4830/ENGL 8836/JMC 8836Technical Communication

3 credits

ENGL 4850/JMC 4850/ENGL 8856/JMC 8856Information Design for Technical Communicators

3 credits

ENGL 4870/JMC 4870/ENGL 8876/JMC 8876Technical Editing

3 credits

ENGL 4890/JMC 4890/ENGL 8896/JMC 8896Capstone Course in Technical Communication

3 credits

1-3 credits from the following options:

ENGL 4800/ENGL 8806English Internship

1 - 3 credits

Or

ENGL 4880/ENGL 8886Community Service Writing

3 credits

6 credits of electives in English at any level


The B.A. degree requires completion of a foreign language through the intermediate level.