English Minor

English Minor

The English minor is 13 hours. As indicated below, it consists of one core course and lab, one literature course, one writing or linguistics course, and one elective not used to fulfill any of the other categories. 

ENG 303 Research Methods in English Studies 3
ENG 304 Research Methods Lab 1
300- or 400-Level Writing Course or Linguistics Course at Any Level 3
Non-Fiction Writing
Professional Writing
ECCE: Creative Writing, Publishing, and Community
Topics in Creative Writing I
Creative Writing Poetry
Fiction Writing
Writing in New Media
History of English Language
Rhetoric and Composition in Digital Media
Topics in Composition or Linguistics
Digital Technologies in English Studies
Topics in Creative Writing II
Creative Writing: Nonfiction
300- or 400-Level Literature Course 3
Topics in World Literature I
Topics in American Literature I
Women Playwrights
Contemporary American Novel
The American Novel, 1865-1915
Playing Shakespeare
The British Victorian Novel
Topics in English Studies
Children’s and Young Adult Literature
Introduction to Literary Genres
Graphic Novel
Topics in World Literature II
Topics in American Literature II
Literature and Culture of Early America
American Literature 1820-1865
American Literature Between the Wars
African-American Literature
Major Figures in American Literature Since 1900
Chaucer and His Era
Milton
Midwestern Literature
Arthurian Literature
The Shakespeare Project
The British Romantics
Topics in British Literature II
Poetry and Prose of the Victorian Age
Modern British Literature
Contemporary British Literature
Themes in Literature
Major Women Writers
Mythology
Literature and the Bible
Topics in Genre Study
Memoirs Across Cultures
300- or 400-Level ENG Elective 3
Non-Fiction Writing
Professional Writing
Topics in World Literature I
Topics in American Literature I
Women Playwrights
Contemporary American Novel
The American Novel, 1865-1915
Playing Shakespeare
The British Victorian Novel
Topics in English Studies
Children’s and Young Adult Literature
ECCE: Creative Writing, Publishing, and Community
Topics in Creative Writing I
Creative Writing Poetry
Fiction Writing
Writing in New Media
Introduction to Literary Genres
Graphic Novel
History of English Language
Rhetoric and Composition in Digital Media
Topics in Composition or Linguistics
Topics in World Literature II
Topics in American Literature II
Literature and Culture of Early America
American Literature 1820-1865
American Literature Between the Wars
African-American Literature
Major Figures in American Literature Since 1900
Chaucer and His Era
Milton
Midwestern Literature
Arthurian Literature
The Shakespeare Project
The British Romantics
Topics in British Literature II
Poetry and Prose of the Victorian Age
Modern British Literature
Contemporary British Literature
Themes in Literature
Major Women Writers
Mythology
Literature and the Bible
Digital Technologies in English Studies
Topics in Creative Writing II
Creative Writing: Nonfiction
Topics in Genre Study
Memoirs Across Cultures
Total Hours 13

If you are a TEP elementary candidate seeking the English minor for the Middle School English endorsement, please see your advisors in the English Department and in the Teacher Education Department about differences in course work requirements for the English minor.