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Program Requirements

Students may choose from three tracks:
 
Literature Track
Foundation Courses
6 credits, as follows:
EN 501 Building Textual Interpretation
EN 502 Engaging Critical Theory

Program Courses - Literature
12-18 credits, chosen from the following:
EN 522 Out of the ‘30s
EN 527 Dante’s Florence and The Divine Comedy
EN 533 Shakespeare: Text and Performance
EN 542 Origins of the ‘Novel’: Text, Context, Critique
EN 545 Social Upheaval and Dramatic Structure
EN 549 Topics in Counter-Cultural Literary Movements
EN 572 The Canterbury Tales and the Late Medieval World
EN 576 Literary Proponents of Culture in the 19th and 20th Century
EN 580 Independent Study
EN 590 Major Author(s)
HUM 524 Myth, Symbol and Language
HUM 525 King Arthur and Camelot: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
HUM 528 Visions of Freedom in the Modern World
HUM 560 Lies and Secrets
HUM 574 Gender, Race, and Empire

Program Courses - Language and Composition
3-6 credits, chosen from the following:
ED 561 Teaching Language Pragmatics
EN 550 General Linguistics
EN 551 Composition: Theory and Practice
EN 552 Applied Phonology
EN 554 Applied Grammar: Syntactic Structures;
EN 558 The History of the English Language;
EN 559 Studies in Creative Writing
EN 561 Topics in College Composition
EN 571 Technology for College Literature and Writing
EN 580 Independent Study
HUM 524 Myth, Symbol, and Language

Program Courses - Related Electives
3-6 credits, chosen from the following:
FA 502 Theories and Methods of Art History
FA 585 Art and Culture in Early Modern Northern Europe
HI 503 Foundations of Historical Thought
HI 550 The Intellectual History of the American Revolution
HUM 524 Myth, Symbol, and Language
HUM 525 King Arthur and Camelot: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
HUM 528 Visions of Freedom in the Modern World
HUM 560 Lies and Secrets
HUM 574 Gender, Race, and Empire
HUM 599 Independent Study
ID 554 Historic Preservation Seminar;
IT 502 Creating Websites
IT 550 Ethics, Law, and Policy in the Information Age
MGT 537 Nonprofit Management
PH 504 Philosophy and the Humanities
TRS 565 Violence, Peacemaking, and Religion
 
Capstone Course
3 credits, chosen from the following:
EN 690 Practicum or EN 695 Master’s Project
 
Language and Composition Track
Foundation Courses
6 credits, as follows:
EN 501 Building Textual Interpretation
EN 502 Engaging Critical Theory

Program Courses - Language and Composition
12 credits, chosen from the following:
ED 561 Teaching Language Pragmatics
EN 550 General Linguistics
EN 551 Composition: Theory and Practice
EN 552 Applied Phonology
EN 554 Applied Grammar: Syntactic Structures
EN 558 The History of the English Language
EN 559 Studies in Creative Writing
EN 561 Topics in College Composition
EN 571 Technology for College Literature and Writing
EN 580 Independent Study
HUM 524 Myth, Symbol, and Language

Program Courses - Literature
6-9 credits, chosen from the following:
EN 522 Out of the ‘30s
EN 527 Dante’s Florence and The Divine Comedy
EN 533 Shakespeare: Text and Performance
EN 542 Origins of the ‘Novel’: Text, Context, Critique
EN 545 Social Upheaval and Dramatic Structure
EN 549 Topics in Counter-Cultural Literary Movements
EN 572 The Canterbury Tales and the Late Medieval World
EN 576 Literary Proponents of Culture in the 19th and 20th Century
EN 580 Independent Study
EN 590 Major Author(s)
HUM 524 Myth, Symbol, and Language
HUM 525 King Arthur and Camelot: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
HUM 528 Visions of Freedom in the Modern World
HUM 560 Lies and Secrets
HUM 574 Gender, Race, and Empire
 
Program Courses - Related Electives
3-6 credits, chosen from the following:
FA 502 Theories and Methods of Art History
FA 585 Art and Culture in Early Modern Northern Europe
HI 503 Foundations of Historical Thought
HI 550 The Intellectual History of the American Revolution
HUM 524 Myth, Symbol, and Language
HUM 525 King Arthur and Camelot: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
HUM 528 Visions of Freedom in the Modern World
HUM 560 Lies and Secrets
HUM 574 Gender, Race, and Empire
HUM 599 Independent Study
ID 554 Historic Preservation Seminar
IT 502 Creating Websites
IT 550 Ethics, Law, and Policy in the Information Age
MGT 537 Nonprofit Management
PH 504 Philosophy and the Humanities
TRS 565 Violence, Peacemaking, and Religion

Capstone Course
3 credits, chosen from the following:
EN 690 Practicum or EN 695 Master’s Project

Students in this track may wish to supplement their studies by completing the certificate in Teaching English at the Community College.
 
Humanities Track
Foundation Courses
6 credits, chosen from the following:
EN 501 Building Textual Interpretation
FA 502 Theories and Methods of Art History
HI 503 Foundations of Historical Thought
PH 504 Philosophy and the Humanities
 
Additional Foundation Courses beyond the first 6 credits may be taken as Program Courses.

Program Courses: Humanities
12-15 credits, chosen from the following:
FA 502 Theories and Methods of Art History
FA 585 Art and Culture in Early Modern Northern Europe
HI 503 Foundations of Historical Thought
HI 550 The Intellectual History of the American Revolution
HUM 524 Myth, Symbol, and Language
HUM 525 King Arthur and Camelot: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
HUM 528 Visions of Freedom in the Modern World
HUM 560 Lies and Secrets
HUM 574 Gender, Race, and Empire
HUM 599 Independent Study
PH 504 Philosophy and the Humanities
TRS 565 Violence, Peacemaking, and Religion

Program Courses - Related Electives
9-12 credits, chosen from the following:
ED 561 Teaching Language Pragmatics
EN 502 Engaging Critical Theory
EN 522 Out of the ‘30s
EN 527 Dante’s Florence and The Divine Comedy
EN 533 Shakespeare: Text and Performance
EN 542 Origins of the ‘Novel’: Text, Context, Critique
EN 545 Social Upheaval and Dramatic Structure
EN 549 Topics in Counter-Cultural Literary Movements
EN 550 General Linguistics
EN 551 Composition: Theory and Practice
EN 552 Applied Phonology
EN 554 Applied Grammar: Syntactic Structures
EN 558 The History of the English Language
EN 559 Studies in Creative Writing
EN 561 Topics in College Composition
EN 571 Technology for College Literature and Writing
EN 572 The Canterbury Tales and the Late Medieval World
EN 576 Literary Proponents of Culture in the 19th and 20th Century
EN 580 Independent Study
EN 590 Major Author(s)
HUM 524 Myth, Symbol, and Language
HUM 525 King Arthur and Camelot: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
HUM 528 Visions of Freedom in the Modern World
HUM 560 Lies and Secrets
HUM 574 Gender, Race, and Empire
ID 554 Historic Preservation Seminar
IT 502 Creating Websites
IT 550 Ethics, Law, and Policy in the Information Age
MGT 537 Nonprofit Management

Capstone Course
3 credits, chosen from the following:
HUM 690 Practicum or HUM 695 Master's Project