The Writing Studies Track enables students to design a course of study in the theory and practice of writing in a variety of genres.
A student who completes the Writing Studies Track will be able to demonstrate skills in the analysis, construction, and presentation of texts; identify and apply productive, effective, and creative approaches to writing tasks for diverse audiences; and
create a portfolio of writing for use in applying to graduate programs or for professional positions. The Writing Studies Track prepares students for any career that requires professional writing skills.
As outlined in Liberal Studies section with the following specifications:
Humanities-Literature: ENGL 122 Mathematics: 3 credits
Liberal Studies Electives: 9 credits, no courses with ENGL prefix
College: Foreign Language Intermediate Level1
Controlled Electives in English/Pre-Law:
1Intermediate-level foreign language may be included in Liberal Studies electives.
An internship, aside from counting for up to six credits toward the major, makes the BA degree recipient much more employable
by providing job experience. Students should see the English BA internship director for advice about available openings.