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The Minor in English enhances the analytic and communicative skills of students and prepares them for careers in a number of fields, including (but not limited to) psychology, journalism, public relations, publishing, law, medicine, and many others.
|Eng 10-233||American Literature: Beginnings to 1865||3|
|Eng 10-234||American Literature: 1865 to the Present||3|
|Eng 10-245||English Literature: Beowulf through the 18th Century||3|
|Eng 10-246||English Literature: Romantics to the Present||3|
|One course from:||3|
|Eng 10-311||Advanced Composition|
|Eng 10-312||Creative Writing: Creative Nonfiction|
|Eng 10-313||Creative Writing: Fiction|
|Eng 10-314||Creative Writing: Poetry|
|Eng 10-315||Writing for the Professions|
|Approved electives (must include 6 hours of upper-level English) to total 24 hours||9|