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Minor

Explore the minors students can pursue in the English Department 

English 2600: Critical Introduction to Literary Forms (prerequisite to English 3600 and courses 5000-5999 [may be taken the same time as the student's first Literary History course])

Literary History (taken in any order):

English 3701: Literary History I (Pre-1800)
English 3702: Literary History II (Post-1800)

Two English courses at the 5000 level

Two additional English courses

For students majoring outside the Department of English, a 3-course series involving an introductory, intermediate, and advanced writing workshop taken along with 3 literature courses and 1 elective.

English 2600: Critical Introduction to Literary Forms (prerequisite to English 3600 and courses 5000-5999 [may be taken the same time as the student's first Literary History course])

Literary History (taken in any order):

English 3701: Literary History I (Pre-1800)
English 3702: Literary History II (Post-1800)

English 2500: Introduction to Creative Writing

English 3510: Writing Fiction OR English 3520: Writing Poetry

English 5510: Fiction Workshop, English 5520: Poetry Workshop, English 5530: Creative Nonfiction Workshop, OR English 5540: Play Construction

One additional 5000-level English course.

9 courses, 27 hours. For students with a teaching major in another department, this program provides students with an endorsement to teach English in secondary schools.

English 2600: Critical Introduction Literary Forms (prerequisite to English 3600 and courses 5000-5999)

Literary History (taken in any order)

English 3701: Literary History I (Pre-1800)
English 3702: Literary History II (Post-1800)

Choose One:

English3610: Argumentative Writing
English 2500: Intro to Creative Writing

Literature courses (two): one British and one American Literature course chosen from the following (Prerequisite: ENGL 2600)

British
English 5700
: Studies in Medieval Lit
English 5701: Studies in Chaucer
English 5710: Studies in Renaissance Lit
English 5711: Studies in Shakespeare
English 5720: Studies in Restoration/18th Century Lit
English 5721: Studies in Milton
English 5740: Studies in British Romanticism
English 5741: Jane Austen
English 5760: Studies in Victorian Lit
English 5770: Studies in 20th Century British Lit
English 5790: Studies in Modernism
English 5800: Studies in Contemporary Lit
English 5860: Studies in Post-Colonial Lit

American
Ethnic Lit Courses: ENGL 3740, 3750, 3760, 3770, 5820, 5830, 5840, 5850, 5860
English 5730: Studies in Early American Lit
English 5750: Studies in 19th Century American Lit
English 5780: Studies in 20th Century American Lit
English 5790: Studies in Modernism
English 5800: Studies in Contemporary Lit
English 5820: Studies in American Indian Lit
English 5830: Studies in Asian American Lit
English 5840: Studies in African American Lit
English 5850: Studies in Chicana/Chicano Lit

English 5885: Adolescent Lit (Prerequisite: ENG 2600)

Methods courses (prerequisites: English 2600, and two literary history courses):

English 5410: Methods of Teaching Language Arts 1
English 5420: Methods of Teaching Language Arts 2

Content Literacy: Students should also take EDPS 5126: Content Area Literacy Instruction for Utah State Licensure

 

Last Updated: 10/28/16