Jul 01, 2022
Minimum Credits Required: 43
Foundational Courses: 19 Credits
- ENG 125 - Introduction to Literature: Fiction, Poetry, and Drama, 3 credit hours
- ENG 210 - Introduction to the Study of Language, 3 credit hours
- ENG 213 - Applied English Grammar, 3 credit hours
- ENG 220 - Literature for Adolescents, 3 credit hours
- ENG 233 - Workshop in Creative Writing, 3 credit hours (Fiction, Poetry, or Playwriting)
- CAS 232 - Workshop in Journalism, 3 credit hours
- HUM 215 - Career Pathways for Humanities Majors, 1 credit hour
Historical Surveys: 9 Credits
Choose 3 of the following surveys; at least 1 course must be in American Literature.
Advanced Studies: 15 Credits
Choose 5 of the following courses; at least 3 must be in Literature and 1 in Writing.
Advanced Studies in Writing
- ENG 305 - Workshop in Advanced Expository and Argumentative Writing, 3 credit hours
- ENG 308 - Nature Writing, 3 credit hours
- ENG 309(SX) - Grant Writing, 3 credit hours
Advanced Studies in Literature*
- ENG 316(I,D) - Studies in Literary History, 3 credit hours
- ENG 328(I,D) - Studies of Major Authors, 3 credit hours
- ENG 335I - Studies in World Literature, 3 credit hours
- ENG 336(I,D) - Studies in Specific Genres, Themes or Modes, 3 credit hours
- ENG 463 - Seminar, 1-4 credit hours
* Advanced Studies in Literature are all special topics courses, so courses can be repeated for credit as long as the topics are different. For example, a student could take ENG-328I - Shakespeare and ENG-328D - August Wilson.
This major is designed for students who plan to teach English and English Language Arts in grades 7-12. To earn licensure, students must also complete the Education: Adolescent and Young Adult (7-12), B.S.Ed. major. A student may not combine the major in Integrated English Language Arts with a major or minor in English or Creative Writing.
English AYA Licensure
These requirements are explained under the School of Education . Students who wish to teach English in Ohio schools should check with the School of Education for further explanation of these requirements.