The English program will foster your ability to respond to and produce written texts. Through composition, creative writing, and literature courses, you will be introduced to the diversity of existing world views, the continuity of the human experience, and an appreciation for historical, cultural, and spiritual values while developing your communication and critical thinking skills.Degree Requirements
Program Learning Outcomes
As a graduate of the English program you will be able to:
- Effectively communicate using written texts for a variety of rhetorical situations.
- Access and evaluate sources of information; to synthesize, analyze, and integrate the arguments of sources.
- Summarize, paraphrase, quote, and document sources in accordance with the conventions of scholarly research.
- Understand the historical and cultural contexts of language and literature with specific attention to human diversity.
Education, Journalism, Technical Writing, Business, Law, Library Science, Government Service
Assistant Professor of English
Associate Professor of English
Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
Associate Provost for Instruction