A minor in English requires 18 semester hours chosen from the list below. You must complete Introduction to Literature (ENG 210) before enrolling in any of the minor courses.
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A Peek Inside Our Program
|Course Number||Name of Course||Credit Hours|
Minor Course Requirements
|ENG 210||Introduction to Literature||3|
Choose 15 credits from among the following
|ENG 215||Introduction to Literary Criticism||3|
|ENG 211||Introduction to Journalism||3|
|ENG 220||Creative Writing||3|
|ENG 280||*Theatre Practicum||3-6|
|ENG 300||Linguistics and History English Language||3|
|ENG 305||Studies in World Literature||3|
|ENG 312||Professional Writing||3|
|ENG 313||American Literature Survey I||3|
|ENG 315||American Literature Survey II||3|
|ENG 327||British Literature Survey I||3|
|ENG 328||British Literature Survey II||3|
|ENG 390||*Special Topics in Literature||3-6|
|ENG 410||*Topics in Writing||3|