Especially for Education Students

Students who are gaining licensure in Secondary Education: English must take

several specific courses within or beyond the traditional English major:

 

Literature: Courses must include the following:
British literature – English 381 or 382 or any 2 of the following: English 309, 310, 317, 322, 325, 326, 335, 336, 340, 342;  American Literature – English 355, 356, 357, 358, or 385;
World Literature –English 206, 350, 360, 361, 364;
Ethnic/Minority literature – English 328, 329, 352, 353, 354; and
Literacy theory/criticism – English 295.

 

Language and Composition: Courses must include the following: Linguistics 101 and English 307, OR ENGL 302, OR ENGL 308, two Writing Intensive courses with an ENGL prefix (English 202 recommended), and one 300-level or higher Linguistics course.

 

Oral Language – Communication 205, 206, or 209

 

Communication Arts – Any one of the following courses: English 200, 207, or 380 (note that English 380 is one credit; may be repeated up to 8 credits, 4 credits may be counted in the English major), Communication 481 or 482, or Theater 111

 

 

You may see the checksheet from COE here.