English Education, BSEd
Literature/Culture Track, English, BA
Pre-Law Track, English, BA
Writing Studies Track, English, BA
Composition and Literature, MA
Composition and Applied Linguistics, PhD
Literature and Criticism, PhD
Literature and Criticism, Summers-Only, PhD
Graduate Certificate Program in TESOL
ESL Program Specialist Certification Add-on (Online)
English 7–12 Teaching Certificate, Post-Baccalaureate
All students at IUP take three Liberal Studies English courses. Here you’ll find information about the three LSE course requirements, as well as information about basic writing and information for multilingual writers and transfer students.
The flexible Literature/Culture Track English major lets you pick the courses that interest you most. Interested in film? By focusing on film with this major, you'll study the meaning, function, history, and aesthetics of films of all genres and countries of origin. You'll also become familiar with the ways in which films communicate ideas about urgently significant themes such as race, gender, sexual orientation, and identity. Find out more on the Literature/Culture Track English major page (see the highlight box on film).
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