This curriculum map is representative of the course of study for this program.
BA in English
|EN 101 Composition and Literature I or 107 Composition and Literature for Foreign Nationals I||3||EN 102 Composition and Literature II or 108 Composition and Literature for Foreign Nationals II||3|
|CN/FR/GR/SP Modern Foreign Language (Modern Language credit is determined in accordance with department placement.)||6||CN/FR/GR/SP Modern Foreign Language (Modern language credit is determined in accordance with department placement.)||6|
|HI Elective (excluding HI 209)||3||EC/PY/HI/SO or PO Elective (At least one of these must be in a discipline other than History.||3|
|EN 201 World Literature I||3||EN 202 World Literature II||3|
|EN 225 Survey of British Literature I||3||EN 226 Survey of British Literature II||3|
|EN 282 Literary Methods||3||MA Elective (excluding MA 005, MA 103, MA 160)||3-4|
|MA Elective (excluding MA 005, MA 103, MA 160)||3-4||Elective||3|
|EN 227 Survey of American Literature I||3||EN 228 Survey of American Literature II||3|
|EN 333 The Plays of Shakespeare I or 334 The Plays of Shakespeare II or EN 373 Major Author||3||EN 350 History of the English Language||3|
|EN 390 Topics in American Literature||3||EN 370 Topics in British Literature||3|
|Lab Science Elective||4||Lab Science Elective||4|
|EN 203 Advanced Composition, 204 Professional and Technical Writing, or 274 Creative Writing||3||EN Elective (above 299)||3|
|EN 450 Senior Seminar||3||EN Elective (above 299)||3|
|EN Elective (above EN 202)||3||HI/SO or PO Elective (At least one of the EC/PY/HI/SO/PO electives must be in a discipline other than History (HI).||3|
|EN Elective (above EN 299)||3||Elective||3|
|EC/PY/HI/SO or PO elective (at least one course must be in a discipline other than History.)||3||Elective||3|
|Total Credits: 122-124|
*Modern language credit is determined in accordance with department placement.
**At least one of the EC/PY/HI/SO/PO electives must be in a discipline other than History (HI).
NOTE: ROTC as required are in addition to the above requirements.
*** Please note that EN450 is usually taught only in the spring semester.
NOTE: A student must either pass or receive department-authorized waiver for both EN101 or EN107 and EN 102 or EN108, before registering for any English class above EN112.