The English minor gives students the opportunity to explore the areas of literature, linguistics, and creative writing. The minor introduces students to texts written in English, acquaint them with a variety of historical periods and geographical regions, create an awareness of methods and theories of analysis, and provide an introduction to critical or creative writing.
Notes about this minor:
- Posting of the minor on the student's academic transcript requires a minimum GPA of 2.0 in the minor.
- Notations may appear in the curriculum chart below outlining pre-requisites, co-requisites, and other curriculum requirements (see footnotes).
|Choose one of the following courses|
|ENGL-210||Literature, Culture, and Media|
|ENGL-216||Literature from Around the World|
|Choose four of the following|
|ENGL-307||Mythology and Literature|
|ENGL-310||Introduction to Language Science|
|ENGL-345||History of Madness|
|ENGL-370||Evolving English Language|
|ENGL-386||World Building Workshop|
|ENGL-389||Digital Creative Writing Workshop|
|ENGL-390||Creative Writing Workshop‡|
|ENGL-419||Literature and Technology|
* Literary Forms (ENGL-309) may be taken up to two times, for six semester credit hours, as long the course topics are different.
† Genre Fiction (ENGL-320) may be taken up to two times, for six semester credit hours, as long the course topics are different.
‡ Creative Writing Workshop (ENGL-390) may be taken up to two times, for six semester credit hours, as long the course topics are different.