Aug 18, 2018  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog

English, Language and Rhetoric Concentration, B.A.


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(Leading to the Bachelor of Arts Degree)

Total: 33


Total: 30


Junior Year


Total: 30


Senior Year


Total: 27


Note:


1

English majors meet the foreign language requirement by making a C or better in a foreign language course at the 2020 level or higher excluding Country and People and the Global Studies courses. Students who have completed the foreign language requirement should take six credit hours of electives in any course at the 3000-level or higher.

2

Students choose courses from Blocks or courses at or above 3000-level as indicated below, for a total of 30 hours. 

  Language and Rhetoric Block (choose any five courses):  ENGL 4411 (5411) , ENGL 4421 (5421) , ENGL 4551 (5451) , ENGL 4511 (5511) , ENGL 4521 (5521) , ENGL 4531 (5531) , ENGL 4541 (5541) , ENGL 4561 (5561) 
  British Literature Block (choose one): ENGL 4111 (5111) ENGL 4130 (5130) , ENGL 4140 (5140) , ENGL 4210 (5210) , ENGL 4221 (5221) , ENGL 4231 (5231) , ENGL 4240 (5240)  
  American Literature (choose one): ENGL 4310 (5310) , ENGL 4320 (5321) , ENGL 4330 (5330) , ENGL 4340 (5340) , ENGL 4712 (5712) , ENGL 4713 (5713) , ENGL 4830 (5830)  
 

The remaining 9 hours of upper-division ENGL courses must be taken from any ENGL courses 3000 or above EXCEPT core courses. (The upper-division core courses are ENGL 3000, 3810, 3820, 3910, 3920, 4121 (5121), and 4995.)

 

Students in the language and rhetoric concentration can also have a concentration in professional and technical communication by taking 21 elective hours in the following courses: PC 2500 - Communicating in the Professions , PC 3250 - Professional Communication I , PC 4850 (5850) - Internship  and 15 additional hours from the following: PC 3500, PC 3700, PC 3750, PC 4850 (5850), PC 4940 (5940), PC 4970 (5970), PC 4990 (5990).

 

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