The minor in English consists of 18 credits in upper-level (300-400) English courses. ENGL 301 Introduction to the English Major is recommended, but not necessary for completion of the minor. Students must select their courses with at least three credits in each of the following areas: literature before 1700; literature between 1700 and 1945; linguistics, advanced writing or criticism; and the literature of diversity. Three credits may be taken in foreign literature in English translation and three credits in ENGL 492 Independent Study.
English majors may not minor in English.
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