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Minors Can Broaden Your Academic Experience

For details about the curriculum, the complete course listing, specific program requirements and expected learning outcomes please refer to the English minor program in our College Catalog.

Required courses (18 credits):

Three courses from the following:

  • EN211 – Creative Writing: Poetry and Prose
  • EN220 – The Short Story
  • EN229 – Poems and Poets
  • EN230 – Drama
  • EN243 – British Literature
  • EN263 – American Literature
  • EN341 – Shakespeare

Two  courses from the following:

  • EN201 – Classics of Western Civilization I
  • EN202 – Classics of Western Civilization II
  • EN213 – Tales of the Dark Side
  • EN215  – Literature of Death and Dying
  • EN233 – Multicultural Women Writers
  • EN240 – Literature and Film
  • EN251 – Modern Latin American Literature
  • EN252 – Asian-American Literature
  • EN253 – African-American Literature
  • RL 210 – The Literature of the Bible

One course from the following:

  • EN333 – Topics in American Literature: Popular Culture
  • EN338 – Topics in American Literature: Culture and Counterculture of the 1960s
  • EN353 – Topics in Creative Writing: Poetry
  • EN354 – Topics in Creative Writing: Fiction
  • EN355 – Topics in Creative Writing: Screenwriting
  • EN356 – Topics in Creative Writing: Memoir
  • EN360 –  Israeli Culture Through Literature and Film

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