English Writing, B.A.

I. Major Program Requirements

Required classes:

ENLE200Literary Studies (WI)

3

ENWR264Introduction to Creative Writing (WI)

3

ENWR498Capstone Seminar (WI)

3

Five upper division (300-400 level) writing courses:

Courses in the writing requirements must include:

Two creative writing courses:

ENWR302Expository Writing (WI)

3

ENWR337Creative Writing Genres and Modes (WI)

3

ENWR347Creative Writing Genres and Modes (WI)

3

ENWR461Adv Creative Writing (WI)

1.00 - 3.00

ENWR 302: if not used for professional

Two professional writing courses:

ENWR302Expository Writing (WI)

3

ENWR303Grant Writing (WI)

3

ENWR305Workplace Writing (WI)

3

ENWR306Writing for the Print Media (WI)

3

ENWR 302: if not used for creative

One elective upper-division (300-400 level) writing course.

Six upper division (300-400 level) literature courses:

a. Two upper-division (300-400 level) courses from these periods of United States Literature:

Early U.S. Literature

19th Century U.S. Literature

20th Century U.S. Literature

b. Two upper-division (300-400 level) courses from these periods of British Literature:

Medieval

Renaissance

Restoration and 18th Century British

19th Century British

20th Century British

c. Two upper-division (300-400 level) courses in Global Literature

The department strongly encourages majors to take one literature course in a language other than English.

Two language and theory courses beyond ENLE 200:

One ENLE language course

One ENLE literary theory course (Substitutions in this area may include PHIL 261 or PHIL 315.)

II. Other Program Requirements

A second modern or classical language through the intermediate level.

Minimum 48 credits, 16 courses, plus foreign language