English focuses on the human condition through careful study of language and literature.
- Comprehensive curriculum offers a wide range of courses in literature, writing and linguistics
- Develop valuable skills in critical thinking, analysis and communication
- Minors available in:
A degree in English serves well as a preprofessional degree for students interested in law, public administration and business.
The Department of English, in cooperation with other departments, offers interdisciplinary certificates in:
- Linguistic Studies
- Professional Communication
- Teaching English as a Second Language
- are innovative and interactive
On-campus outlets for student writing and expression include:
- Rubbertop Review, a literary magazine
- The Literary Guild
- The Buchtelite (student newspaper)
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Degrees and Preparation
A degree in English paves the way to careers in a variety of fields, such as:
- technical writing
- marketing and sales
- financial services
- nonprofit services
- government services
Skills in reading and writing critically, analytically and creatively are always in demand, especially in the ever-changing workforce of today.
A&S Careers Program
Creates links among students, alumni and local professionals. You will have access to:
- lending library with up-to-date, career-related publications
- computer workroom for resume writing and employment research
- volunteer, paid and for-credit internship placement on and off campus
- department-specific mentoring arrangements