B.A. in English Course Sequence Sheet

Freshman Year - First Semester

Freshman Year – Second Semester

ELECTIVE (3) or

THE  ELECTIVE (3)

ELECTIVE (3) or

THE  ELECTIVE (3)

ENG 106: Composition I (3)

ENG 107 : Composition II (3)

HIST Elective (3)

HIST Elective (3)

Global Language (3)

Global Language (3)

SOC SCI: Elective (3)   or

MATH (3)

SOC SCI: Elective(3)   or

MATH (3)

PHYS ED or EXS 100-level (2)

PHYS ED or EXS 100-level (2)

First Year Experience (1)

                                                                           

 16-18 credits

15-17 credits

Sophomore Year - First Semester

Sophomore Year – Second Semester

ENG LIT (100 level) or

PHI  Elective(3)

ENG LIT (100 level) or

PHI: Elective (3)

Ethics Elective (3) or

THE Elective

Ethics Elective (3) or

THE Elective (3)

LAB SCI : Elective (3)

Humanities Elective (3)

ENG 260: Literacy Analysis and Research (3)

ENG 299: Advanced Composition (3)

ENG 261-275 (except 271) (3) or

Humanities Elective (3)

ENG 261-275 (except 271) (3) or

Humanities Elective (3)                                                                          

 

Elective (3)

15 credits

18 credits

   

* Math competency must be met by the end of the fourth semester of college.

Junior Year – First Semester

Junior Year – Second Semester

SOC SCI Elective (3)   or

PHI  Elective (3)

SOC SCI Elective (3)   or

PHI  Elective (3)

ENG 340 (3) or

ENG 341 (3)

ENG 342 (3) or

ENG 343 (3)

ENG 321 (3)

ENG 350-367 (3)

ENG 350-367 (3)

ELECTIVE (3)

ELECTIVE (3)

ELECTIVE (3)

15 credits

15 credits

Senior Year – First Semester

Senior Year – Second Semester

SOC SCI Elective (3)   or

PHI Elective (3)

SOC SCI Elective (3)   or

PHI Elective (3)

ENG 344-349 (3)

ENG 400: English Seminar (3)

ENG 200 or 300 level course (3)

ELECTIVE (3)

ELECTIVE (3)

ELECTIVE (3)

ELECTIVE (3)

ELECTIVE (3)

15 credits

15 credits

Ethics requirement: Students may choose an ethics course in either Theology or Philosophy; the ethics course, however, does not fulfill the credits required in theology or philosophy.

Liberal Arts Core: Arts and Sciences


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