Students minoring in English work closely with their professors and collaboratively with each other to improve their writing and critical thinking skills, to weigh values, and to communicate ideas. Students also develop their creativity and aesthetic understanding while acquiring a deep understanding of our literary heritage in all of its historical and cultural dimensions. An English minor is valuable for any career path, including careers in law, creative writing, secondary education, university teaching and scholarship, business, journalism, and any of the health professions.
|Select one LITERATURE course at the 200-level||3|
|Select one LITERATURE course at the 200-level or the 300-level||3|
|Select one LITERATURE course at the 400-level||3|
|Select TWO additional English courses other than freshman composition 1||6|
|Total Credit Hours||15|
i.e., any two courses designated ENG and numbered 200 or above.
The student minoring in English completes at least 15 credit hours at the 200-level or above beyond the credits earned for first-year writing.
A grade of C- or better is required in each course along with an overall GPA in the minor of 2.0 or better,
Students pursuing both a major and a minor (or two majors) offered by the Department of English may double-count a maximum of two English courses toward the fulfillment of their degree requirements. They must also have an additional major or minor in a department other than English.