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English Major

THREE FOUNDATION COURSES

14, 15, 16

TWO HISTORICALLY-GROUNDED COURSES

33-42, 56- 69, 121-124, 129-157, 161

At least one of the historically-grounded courses must be from a period before 1800: 41, 131, *139, 141-144, 144G, *146, *147, 151A, 151B, 151C
*Depending on the material and instructor

THREE LITERARY/CULTURAL STUDIES COURSES

Choose one of the following three tracks in consultation with an advisor.
At least two of the three courses must be upper-division.

American:
33-39, 67-69, 121, 122, 129-139, 152

British:
41, 42, 141-149, 151A, 151B, 151C

Individually Defined (all three courses must relate to a cohesive theme and be approved by your faculty advisor)

THREE WRITING COURSES

Choose one of the following two tracks in consultation with an advisor.
At least two of the three courses must be upper-division.  

Professional Writing:
19-31, 100-116, 198A, 198B, 198C

Creative Writing:
71-74, 170-179, 179W

ONE SENIOR SEMINAR

English 190
(Students identify their preferred seminars junior year.)

ONE GENDER OR ETHNIC OR THEORY COURSE

Must be upper-division.
May double-dip to meet another major requirement.
105, 119, 120, 122, 123, 124, 125, 129, 135, 136, 137, 138, 144G, *146, *147, 150, 150EL, 152, 153, 154, 156, 157, 168, 169

*Depending on the material and instructor

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