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ENGLISH PROGRAM TWO LITERATURE AND LANGUAGE/BACHELOR OF ARTS

Total Credit Hours: 128
Major Credit Hours: 43

English Studies: Literature and Language, Program Two, is an English major leading to graduate studies in English or to graduate or professional work in related disciplines that require great verbal and analytical skills -- such as law, library science, management, public relations, and humanities administration or research.

I. Core Courses (31)

A. Required Foundational Courses in Literature (18)
06-250 Introduction to English Studies (3)
06-235 U.S. Literature Survey 1: Beginnings to 1865 (3)
06-236 U.S. Literature Survey 2: 1865 to Present (3)
06-237 British Literature Survey 1: Beginnings to 1800 (3)
06-238 British Literature Survey 2: 1800 to Present (3)
06-360 Shakespeare (3)

B. Required Foundational Courses in Language Study and Writing (9)

1. Prerequisite to Linguistics: choose one of the following: (3)
21-103 First Year Spanish 1 (3)
21-203 Spanish for Heritage Speakers 1 (3)
21-107 First Year Arabic 1 (3)
21-109 First Year Chinese 1 (3)
21-113 First Year Japanese 1 (3)
21-117 First Year Polish 1 (3)
21-231 Polish for Heritage Speakers (3)
21-121 First Year Russian 1 (3)
21-123 First Year French 1 (3)
21-125 First Year Italian 1 (3)
21-127 First Year German 1 (3)
54-202 Sign Language I (3)
70-200 Introduction to Computer Science (3)

2. Linguistics (3)
06-314 Linguistics (3)

3. Upper-level Writing Course: choose one of the following: (3)
06-300 Writing for the Professions (3)
06-301 Rhetoric for Writers (3)
06-302 Writing in the Disciplines (3)
06-306 Editing for Publishing (3)
06-307 The Electronic Word: Computers and Writing in Theory and Practice (3)
06-308 Technical Writing (3)
06-309 Topics in Writing (3)
06-310 Advanced Writing (3)
06-311 Introduction to Creative Writing (3)
06-312 Intermediate Workshop in Creative Writing (3)

C. Capstone Experiences (4)
06-380 The ePortfolio Seminar (1)
06-420 Literary Theory and Criticism (3)

II. Elective Options for Exploratory and Advanced Literary Study (12)

A. 200-level Elective: choose one from the following: (3)
06-220 through 06-234 (any course)
OR
06-270 Introduction to Film Studies (3)
OR
21-YYY Second Semester Foreign Language: choose one of the following: (3)
21-104 First Year Spanish 2 (3)
21-204 Spanish for Heritage Speakers 2 (3)
21-108 First Year Arabic 2 (3)
21-112 First Year Chinese 2 (3)
21-114 First Year Japanese 2 (3)
21-118 First Year Polish 2 (3)
21-122 First Year Russian 2 (3)
21-124 First Year French 2 (3)
21-126 First Year Italian 2 (3)
21-128 First Year German 2 (3)

B. Advanced Study in Period or Genre: choose one of the following: (3)
06-341 Advanced Study in Early U.S. Literature (3)
06-343 Advanced Study in 19th Century U.S. Literature (3)
06-345 Advanced Study in Modern and Postmodern U.S. Literature (3)
06-351 Advanced Study in Early British Literature (3)
06-353 Advanced Study in 18th and 19th Century British Literature (3)
06-355 Advanced Study in Modern and Postmodern British Literature (3)

C. Multicultural Literature: choose one of the following: (3)
06-334 Non-Western Literature (3)
06-339 Topics in World Authors (3)
06-346 Topics in Ethnic and Immigrant Literatures (3)
06-347 Native American Literature (3)
06-348 African American Literature (3)
06-356 Post-Colonial Literatures in English (3)

D. Additional Upper-level Course: choose one from among the following: (3)
06-361 through 06-499 (exclusive of 06-380 and 06-420)

IV. The General Education advanced writing requirement is satisfied by the completion of any writing course from 06-300 through 06-312.

V. In consultation with their advisors in the Department of English, majors must submit an ePortfolio of writing for review. The ePortfolio represents assignments and projects completed in courses. Students should register to take 06-380 ePortfolio during the final semester before graduation; i.e., the semester in which they plan to graduate. Further information can be obtained from the studentís advisor and the department chair.