Stephen Schuler, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of English
Bachelor of Arts in English
A Bachelor of Arts in English helps you think critically, constructively and analytically as you express your ideas in effective and grammatically correct spoken and written English. You will study great works of the Western literary tradition, especially British and American writing. Experiences in these courses will encourage you to see the relevance of these works to your personal experiences, and relate your own moral and ethical choices to situations encountered in the great works.
|Course Code||Course Name||Credit Hours|
|EN 221||Introduction to British Literature I||3|
|EN 222||Introduction to British Literature II||3|
|EN 230||Introduction to American Literature||3|
|21 upper-level semester hours of English courswork including:||21|
|400 Level British Literature Courses (Six Semester Hours).|
|400 Level American Literature Courses (Six Semester Hours).|
|EN 478||Literature in Translation OR||3|
|EN 488||Interdisciplinary Seminar|
|EN 301||The Novel OR||3|
|EN 302||Lyric Poetry|
|EN 333||Christianity and Literature||3|