English Minor (Offered online)
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Students in the English Minor program will demonstrate skills in writing expressive/creative, literary, referential, and persuasive discourse.
- Students in the English Minor program will demonstrate knowledge of the grammar, structure, development, and functions of the English language to inform analyses and production of language, writing, and literature.
- Students in the English Minor program will apply a variety of the critical approaches to analyses of American, British, and World literature and their development.
Substitutions must be approved in writing by the chairperson of the Department of English, Philosophy and Modern Languages. WRIT 101 cannot be counted toward an English minor.
|LIT 201||Intro to Literary Studies||3|
|WRIT 499||Thesis/Capstone: Portfolio||3|
|Elective Courses 1||15|
|Total Minimum Credits||21|
NOTE: English minors may choose from any LIT, CRWR, or LING courses to count toward their elective category (note that there may be prerequisites for some courses), including courses that count toward general education requirements (e.g., LIT 110, LIT 230, or CRWR 240). All WRIT courses at the 200-level or above also count toward the English minor.
In addition, certain courses in other departments or with alternative rubrics (e.g., ENST 335, NASX 340, PHL 494, and FILM 324) may count with the approval of the chair. Certain courses (e.g., CRWR 410 or LIT 437) may be repeated for credit and counted toward the minor requirements with approval of the chair.
Certain courses in this program have prerequisites; students should check the course descriptions for required prerequisites.