The Bachelor’s in English degree offered by the Language and Literature department provides rigorous training in critical thinking, aesthetic evaluation, and the art of verbal and written expression. Specialized courses expand students basic knowledge by letting them consider the important roles of imaginative language, rhetoric, and creative writing in shaping our histories, cultures, and contemporary life.
A Bachelor’s in English prepares students for careers in teaching, advertising, public relations, journalism, writing , management, marketing, government service, entertainment or any number of fields requiring superior communication skills and a well rounded education.
A total of 120-121 credit hours are required in order to graduate.
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