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Bachelor of Arts in English

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  • Objectives
    In addition to the institutional and general education level learning objectives, the Bachelor of Arts in English also seeks the following specific learning outcomes of its graduates. With reference to each of the respective areas of English, graduates in this degree program will be able to:

    Expression and Communication

    * Demonstrate the ability to effectively express ideas and evidence in writing.
    * Be conversant with representative literary texts and critical theory to enhance a life-long learning process.
    * Conduct an analysis of a literary work and discuss the history and characteristics of various periods and genres.
    * Analyze written materials and examine the relevance of multiple interpretations in a diverse society.
    * Demonstrate knowledge of literature in the British and American canon and beyond, in order to apply their interpretations against their own cultural experience.

    While learning objectives that are specific to the academic discipline have been identified for each degree program, the University System also outlines general education outcomes (Level 1 and 2) that are sought throughout the institution and at each degree level.
  • Course description
    Students in this program learn to organize thoughts and ideas and express them with eloquence and clarity as they explore English, American, and World Literature. Students graduating from this program apply their skills and abilities in professions requiring exceptional communication skills such as public relations, editing, writing, desktop publishing, reporting, legal and research assistance.

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