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English 200 Intensive Literary Studies Seminar:

  • ENGL 200-L1
  • ENGL 200-L2
  • ENGL 200-L3
  • ENGL 200-L4
  • ENGL 200-L5

One course in British Literature and Culture before 1700 (221 Shakespeare counts):

  • English 201 Early British Literature and Culture
  • English 221 Shakespeare
  • English 313 Intro to Old English Poetry
  • English 494MI Virtual Medieval: Fictions and Fantasies of the Middle Ages  (See ** Note below)

Two courses total: One course each in two of the following categories:

  1. British Literature and Culture after 1700

  2. American Literature and Culture before 1865

  3. American Literature and Culture after 1865

  • English 202 Later British Literature and Culture (category 1)
  • English 204 Intro to Asian American Literature (category 3)
  • English 269 American Culture and Literature After 1865 (category 3)
  • English 300 Junior Year Writing, Section 1: The City in Literature 1600-2017 (category 1)(See ** Note below)
  • English 300 Junior Year Writing, Section 3: Pirates and Mutineers: Treasure, Slavery, and Mp3s (category 1)(See ** Note below)
  • English 300 Junior Year Writing, Section 4: Robinson Crusoe and Zombies (category 1)(See ** Note below)
  • English 300 Junior Year Writing, Section 2: Jews and American Literature (category 3)(See ** Note below)
  • English 358 Romantic Poets (category 1)
  • English 363 Modern British Drama (category 1)
  • English 368 Modern American Drama (category 3)
  • English 371 African American Literature (category 3)
  • English 469 Victorian Monstrosity (category 1)
  • English 491JM U.S. Literature in Global Context (category 2)
  • English 494JI Going to Jail (category 1)(See ** Note below)

One course in global Anglophone or ethnic American literature, culture or rhetorics (100+ level for pre Fall 2016 declared majors.  200+ level for Fall 2016 and later declared majors):

  • English 115H American Experience Honors (pre Fall 2016 declared majors only)
  • English 116 Native American Literature (pre Fall 2016 declared majors only)
  • English 117 Ethnic American Literature (pre Fall 2016 declared majors only)
  • English 144 World Literature (pre Fall 2016 declared majors only)
  • English 204 Intro to Asian American Literature
  • English 269 American Literature and Culture After 1865
  • English 300 Junior Year Writing, Section 2: Jews and American Literature (See ** Note below)
  • English 329H Tutoring Writing: Theory and Practice
  • English 365 20th Century Literature of Ireland
  • English 369 Studies in Modern Fiction
  • English 371 African American Literature

English Electives: 200-400 level (see note below for pre/post F2016 requirements***):

  • English 204 Intro to Asian American Literature
  • English 221 Shakespeare
  • English 254 Writing and Reading Imaginative Literature
  • English 254H Writing and Reading Imaginative Literature Honors
  • English 269 American Culture and Literature After 1865
  • English 300 Junior Year Writing, Section 1: The City in Literature 1600-2017 (See ** Note below)
  • English 300 Junior Year Writing, Section 2: Jews and American Literature (See ** Note below)
  • English 300 Junior Year Writing, Section 3: Pirates and Mutineers: Treasure, Slavery, and Mp3s (See ** Note below)
  • English 300 Junior Year Writing, Section 4: Robinson Crusoe and Zombies (See ** Note below)
  • English 300 Junior Year Writing, Section 5: Spy vs. Spy (See ** Note below)
  • English 313 Intro to Old English Poetry
  • English 319 Representing the Holocaust
  • English 329H Tutoring Writing:  Theory and Practice Honors
  • English 350H Expository Writing Honors
  • English 354, Section 1 Creative Writing: Intro to Fiction
  • English 354, Section 2 Creative Writing: Intro to Poetry
  • English 354, Section 3 Creative Writing: Mixed Genre
  • English 356 Creative Writing Poetry
  • English 358 Romantic Poets
  • English 363 Modern British Drama
  • English 365 20th Century Literature of Ireland
  • English 366 Modern Poetry
  • English 367H Contemporary Poetry Honors
  • English 368 Modern American Drama
  • English 369 Studies in Modern Fiction
  • English 371 African American Literature (category 3)
  • English 379 Intro to Professional Writing
  • English 380 Professional Writing and Technical Communication
  • English 391NM Narrative Medicine: How Writing Can Heal
  • English 391S Doing Digital: Critical Skills, Literacies and Methods
  • English 391SG Shakespeare's Global Afterlives
  • English 469 Victorian Monstrosity
  • English 491JM U.S. Literature in Global Context
  • English 491Z Poetry of the Political Imagination
  • English 499C Honors Thesis: Foundations and Departures in Creative Writing: Fiction, Poetry and Literary Non-fiction.

Integrative Experience:

  • English 494CI Codes, Ciphers, Hackers and Crackers
  • English 494FI Philosophizing Your Future
  • English 494JI Going to Jail
  • English 494MI Virtual Medieval: Fictions and Fantasies of the Middle Ages

Junior-Year Writing:                                     

  • English 300 Junior Year Writing, Section 1: The City in Literature 1600-2017
  • English 300 Junior Year Writing, Section 2: Jews and American Literature
  • English 300 Junior Year Writing, Section 3: Pirates and Mutineers: Treasure, Slavery, and Mp3s
  • English 300 Junior Year Writing, Section 4: Robinson Crusoe and Zombies
  • English 300 Junior Year Writing, Section 5: Spy vs. Spy

Important Notes:

**Please note you MUST take one EXTRA 300+ English elective if you are using one approved course to fulfill two major requirements at once. 

***Important note: Students who declared the major Fall 2016 and later will have to fulfill their Anglophone/ethnic American literature requirement with a 200+ English elective and one of their major Electives must be 400+ level.  Those who declared English prior to Fall 2016, may fulfill their Anglophone with a 100+ level course and are required to take one 200+ English elective and two 300+ English electives.  These changes are reflected on your Academic Requirements Report.

Please stop by the English undergraduate office located at E345 South College if you have any questions about what requirements you are under and your progress in the major to date.  The office is open Mondays thru Friday 8-4 and we welcome walk-ins.

Please see Celeste at the English undergraduate office if you need her to direct an approved English 201, 202, 268 or 269 substitute course from the list above.  These courses will not automatically be directed to your line item requirement for earlier or later period but I can direct them and will be getting rosters and directing them where applicable. But, you are free to see me personally about getting these courses directed if you need help.