In the English Department you can study British, American, and Canadian literature, and writing. We have several degree options: a four-year Honors Specialization in English Language and Literature, a non-Honors Specialization, a Major, a Minor, and a special Minor for Teachers. Not sure which you want? No problem! You can easily switch from one module to another. Not an English major? No problem! You can take English courses as electives in any program. We're flexible that way.
- Honors Specialization in English Language and Literature
- Specialization in English Language and Literature
- Major in English Language and Literature
- Minor in English Language and Literature
- Minor in General English
- Minor in English for Teachers
The faculty members are:
A student who has earned at least 60% in English 1020E, 1024E, 1022E (offered on Main Campus) or both English 1027F/G and 1028F/G, and has maintained 60% standing in all subsequent English courses taken, may register in one or more honors courses. It should be noted, however, that honors English students are required to have a 70% average in principal courses to proceed into and to remain in the honors program.
Students are responsible for ensuring that they have successfully completed all course prerequisites and that they have not taken an antirequisite course.
The final examination counts for no less than 35%, and no more than 50%, of the student's final grade. Students are required to pass both term work and the final examination in order to receive credit for any course in the Department of English.
Career possibilities include:
- Creative Writer
- Editorial Assistant
- Business Manager
- Literary Agent
Musings of Brescia
Brescia students Alicia Moore and Kristin Duncan edit this monthly journal of creative writing. Musings of Brescia gives students a creative outlet and showcase for their writing. Visit the Musings of Brescia home page.