Minor in English Language (18 credits)


Program Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this minor, students should be able to:
1. Recognize the different key moments in English literary history
2. Demonstrate knowledge of the structure and evolution of the English language
3. Construct oral and written texts for diverse audiences using standard academic English
4. Deploy research strategies in writing and making oral presentations

Students minoring in English must successfully complete a total of 18 credits with a minimum average of 2.0/4.0 in the minor courses. Students must earn a “B” or higher in ENL 213 to be eligible to register for English minor courses.

Option I: Language (18 cr.)

3 credits: ENL 301
9 credits from: ENL 311, ENL 312, ENL 313, ENL 314, ENL 315, ENL 316, ENL 317, ENL 321, ENL 322 or ENL 324.
6 credits from: ENL 411,ENL 412, ENL 413, ENL 414, ENL 415, ENL 416, ENL 417, ENL 421 or ENL 430.

Option II: Literature (18 cr.)

3 credits: LIR 214
3 credits from: LIR 215, LIR 216 or LIR 217
12 credits from: LIR 305, LIR 306, LIR 323, LIR 324, LIR 315, LIR 316, LIR 325, LIR 411, LIR 412, LIR 421, LIR 422, LIR 423, LIR 424, LIR 425, LIR 426, LIR 427, LIR 428 or LIR 430