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BA in English for Teaching Certification

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    Credits
    ENGL 213* Introduction to the Study of Literature 3
    ENGL 412* Capstone Seminar 3
    Restricted electives: Select a minimum of six credits in British and six credits in American literature courses. One British literature course must cover a period before1789 and one course must be a survey. One American literature course must cover a period before 1900 and one must be a survey
    ENGL 333* British Literature through the
    Early Renaissance (to 1603)
    3
    ENGL 334* British Literature: Late Renaissance
    through Enlightenment (1603–1785)
    3
    ENGL 335* British Literature: Romantic and
    Victorian Literature (1785–1901)
    3
    ENGL 336* Modern and Contemporary British Literature (1901 to the present) 3
    ENGL 337* American Literature through the
    Romantic Period (to 1865)
    3
    ENGL 338* American Literature: Realism to the
    Modern Age (1865–1929)
    3
    ENGL 339* Modern and Contemporary American Literature (1929–present) 3
    Restricted electives: Select a minimum of six credits from the following language courses.
    ENGL 341* History of the English Language 3
    ENGL 343* Linguistics: Language, Culture and
    Communications
    3
    ENGL 359* Grammar and Usage 3
    Restricted electives: Select a minimum of six credits from the following international literature courses, in consultation with advisor.
    ENGL 211* Asian Literature 3
    ENGL 214*,1 Science Fiction 3
    ENGL 218*,1 Short Story 3
    ENGL 226*,1 Women in Literature 3
    ENGL 230* Drama of Greece and Rome 3
    ENGL 303*,1 Development of the Novel 3
    ENGL 308* Satire 3
    ENGL 309* Epic 3
    ENGL 311*,1 The Short Novel 3
    ENGL 318* Postcolonial Literature 3
    ENGL 320*,1 Adolescent in Literature 3
    ENGL 323* World Poetry of the 20th Century 3
    ENGL 324* Irish Literature 3
    ENGL 329* Contemporary World Literature 3
    ENGL 351* African & Caribbean Women Writers 3
    ENGL 406* Mythological Themes in Literature 3
    ENGL 420* Major Cultural Conflicts in Literature 3
    Restricted electives: Select a minimum of three credits from the following courses in the literature of race, gender, or sexuality, in consultation with an advisor.
    ENGL 205* Lesbian and Gay Literature
    3
    ENGL 211* Asian Literature
    3
    ENGL 214*,1 Science Fiction
    3
    ENGL 215* Multicultural U.S. Literature
    3
    ENGL 218*,1 Short Story
    3
    ENGL 220* Survey of African American Literature
    3
    ENGL 226* Women in Literature
    3
    ENGL 320*,1 Adolescent in Literature
    3
    ENGL 351* African & Caribbean Women Writers
    3
    ENGL 420* Major Cultural Conflicts in Literature
    3
    Restricted electives: Select a minimum of three credits from the following Shakespeare courses.
    ENGL 331* Shakespeare: Early Works
    3
    ENGL 332* Shakespeare: Later Works
    3
    Restricted electives: Select a minimum of three credits from the following writing courses.
    ENGL 300* Workshop: Women Writers
    3
    ENGL 301* Workshop: Narrative
    3
    ENGL 349* Advanced Seminar: Creative Writing
    3
    ENGL 354* Advanced Seminar: Narrative
    3
    ENGL 355* Advanced Seminar: Poetry
    3
    ENGL 376* Workshop: Poetry
    3
    ENGL 377* Writing Popular Criticism
    3
    ENGL 378* Newspaper Editing and Design
    3
    ENGL 381* Writing the News Story
    3
    ENGL 382* Sportswriting
    3
    ENGL 386* Workshop: Memoir Writing
    3
    ENGL 388 * Writing the Feature Story
    3
    ENGL 390* Advanced Seminar: Prose
    3
    ENGL 392* Advanced Seminar: Memoir Writing
    3
    ENGL 400* Writing Internship
    3

    Elective: Select three credits from English courses numbered 200 and higher.
    Required General Studies Program courses

    BIOL 103,2 Human Sexual Biology
    3
    or  
    BIOL 104,2 The Human Body
    3
    GEOS 111,2 Principles of Earth Science
    3
    INTD 149,2 Human and Intercultural Relations
    3
    PSYC 150,2 Developmental: Birth through Adolescence
    3
    or  
    PSYC 152,2 Developmental: Adolescence through Adulthood
    3
    SOCI 114,2 Sociology of the Family
    3
    Required Education courses, to be taken by phase and in sequence, for traditional certification:
    Phase I (May be taken separately
    EDU 301* Challenges in Urban Education
    3
    LTED 330* Focus: Reading, Language and Literacy
    3
    Phase II (May be taken separately or with Phase III)
    EDU 330* Focus: Development, Behavior and Learning 3
    EDU 331* Field Experience II 1
    Phase III (Taken concurrently and offered fall semesters only)
    LTED 370* Secondary Reading and Language Workshop 2
    EDU 371* Secondary Curriculum, Methods and Materials Workshop 3
    EDU 3372* Secondary Methods of Teaching Science 3
    Phase IV (Taken concurrently)
    EDU 485* Classroom Management and Assessment 2
    EDU 470* Concurrent Student Teaching Seminar 2
    EDU 480* Internship 8

    Notes: 1, Selected sections of this course may fulfill this requirement. Check with a faculty advisor.
    2, Students who did not select ENGL 209 Children’s and Young Adult Literature as a General Studies Program area D elective may apply it toward English major program
    requirements.