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All changes become effective the fall semester following Campus Assembly approval.
Date: 4/26/06 / 9/18/06
Discipline/Division: English / Humanities
I. Introductory Statement:
III. Assessment of the Major – How do proposed curricular changes affect the assessment of the goals and objectives of the major?:
IV. Requirements for a Major:
V. Requirements for a Minor:
Minor requirements include a minimum of
courses ( 24 20 credits).
Engl 1011 – College Writing or equivalent (not included in
24 20 credits for the minor)
Engl 1131 - Introduction to Literature
A. At least one Take two or more courses
á Engl 2201 - British Literature Survey I
á Engl 2202 - British Literature Survey II
B. At least one course from:
á Engl 2211 - American Literature Survey I
á Engl 2212 - American Literature Survey II
Additional requirements and electives
Take 2 or more courses from the following, one of which must be 3xxx or 4xxx:
One course at 2xxx or above other than 2201, 2202, 2211, or 2212.
¥ Engl 2xxx
¥ Engl 3xxx
¥ Engl 4xxx
Two courses at 3xxx or 4xxx
One of the
6 5 courses
in the minor must have an HDiv designator at 2xxx or above.
Up to 4 credits of coursework with a grade of D may be used to meet the minor requirements. Required courses may not be taken S-N unless offered S-N only.
VI. Requirements for Teacher Preparation:
Students seeking teaching licensure in communication arts and literature 5-12 should refer to the Education, Secondary (SeEd) section of this catalog. Students completing the course requirements for licensure in Communication Arts/Literature are strongly encouraged to earn an English major. The licensure requirements alone will not yield a major.
VII. Cluster Headings:
VIII. Other heading (include heading title) :