PROGRAM COURSE REQUIREMENTS

ENGLISH

LITERATURE                                                                                                HOURS

ENG 125 World Lit and Human Experience, ENG 126 Intro to Lit

OR ENG 327 Intro to Fiction.………….………………………………………….3

ENG 307 Introduction to Literary Analysis and Theory ………………………….3

ENG 251 Survey of American Literature I ………………………………………..3

ENG 252 Survey of American Literature II ……………………………………….3

ENG 261 Survey of English Literature I.…………………………………………..3

ENG 262 Survey of English Literature II ……….…………………………………3

(It is suggested that survey courses of the appropriate periods be taken prior to courses in major authors, thematic studies, literary periods, or regional students of those periods.  Students who have completed 251, for example, would be better prepared to take any 600-level American literature course covering the period before 1860.)

 

American literature:  two 600-level courses using two different approaches mentioned above (622, 653, 654, 655)…………………………………..…………………….6

English literature:  two 600-level courses using two different approaches mentioned above (662, 663, 664)………………………………………………………………6

            (Folklore courses do not fulfill literature requirements.)

 

GENERAL AND COMPARATIVE LITERATURE  (choose one)

ENG 625 Theories of Literature

ENG 691 Literature in Translation

ENG 693 World Literature

ENG 694 Mythology

ENG 695 Comparative Studies in Literature……………………………….………3

COMPOSITION

ENG 646 Advanced Composition …………………………………………………3

LANGUAGE/LINGUISTICS (choose one)

ENG 680 Introduction to Linguistic Science

ENG 683 History of the English Language

ENG 685 Modern Grammar and Usage…………………………………………….3

ENG 099 Senior English Course Paper…………………………………………….0           

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR TEACHER LICENSURE

ENG 277 Early Field Experience in English Education…………………………….1

ENG 682 Traditional English Grammar…………………………………………….3

ENG 415 Techniques of Teaching English………………………………………….3

ENG 648 Theories of Rhetoric & Composition……………………………………..3

ENG 697 Young Adult Literature…………………………………………………...3

           

TOTAL PROGRAM………………………………………………………………52

For more information, contact Mrs. Sharon Wilson of Dept of English, 785-628-5814.

 

 

 

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