Explore literature of the past while writing the literature of the future. Participate in creative writing workshops. Dissect poetry, prose, and everything in between. Prepare yourself for a wide array of future possibilities.
- Small class sizes
- Opportunities to write for University of Jamestown publications
- Classes taught by highly qualified faculty rather than graduate students
- Opportunities for International Study, hands-on field experience, and co-curricular activities
PERSONALIZE YOUR DEGREE
Add a writing concentration, a minor in creative writing, or both!
Gain real-life experience – all before you graduate.
Obtain work experience and make informed career choices through internships of a semester or more in length.
- English Language and Literature Professor
- Legislative Assistant
- Office Supervisor
in scholarships annually
|Engl||201||Introduction to Literary Study and Analysis (3)|
|Engl||210||World Literature to 1500 (3)|
|Engl||230||English Literature to 1785 (3)|
|Engl||231||English Literature since 1785 (3)|
|Engl||250||American Literature to 1865 (3)|
|Engl||251||American Literature since 1865 (3)|
|Engl||Upper Level Writing Elective (9)|
|History of the English Language (3)
English Grammar (3)
|Engl||497||Writing Portfolio (1)|
Total Semester Credits Required: 37