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									2009-10                    CHECKLIST FOR GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS IN ENGLISH - BACHELOR OF ARTS
                            Minimum of 132 s.h. required for graduation (36 s.h. must be 300/400-level courses)
                                 (Additional hours to total 132 s.h. -- includes second major, minor, and elective hours.)

Name________________________________________ I.D. #________________________ H.S. deficiencies: Math ____ Foreign Language ____

                 General Studies Requirements                                                            Major Requirements
               (General Studies must total at least 58 s.h.)                       A minimum of 44 s.h. in the following courses is required.

FIRST-YEAR CORE:                                                                   Core Requirements (20 s.h.) :
GST 110 - Global Experience                  (4 s.h.)_________________
                                                                                   _____Literature (4 s.h.): ENG 200*-level
ENG 110 - College Writing               (4 s.h.)_________________                  (Lit. concentration must choose a survey course from ENG 221-224.)
 (C- or better required for graduation)
                                                                                   _____Language Studies (4 s.h.): ENG 201-209 or 301-309
MTH 112 or 121 or 212                        (4 s.h.)_________________             (Professional Writing concentration must take ENG 304)

HED 111 – Contemp. Wellness Issues (2 s.h.)_________________                       _____Writing (4 s.h.): ENG 210-219 or 310-319
                                                                                   (Creative Writing concentration must take ENG 213)
Experiential Learning Requirement (ELR): (One Unit)
May be met by any one of the following: internship, practicum, co-op, study        _____ 300-level literature course (4 s.h.)
abroad, student teaching, approved field-based course or documented service,
leadership, or individualized learning experience.                                 _____ 300-level English course outside of concentration area (4 s.h.)

Foreign Language Requirement:                                                      Concentration (24 s.h.) - Choose one of the following
May be met by one of the following: scoring 4 or 5 on a language Advanced
Placement test, or scoring similarly on the IB Higher Level exam; placing          LITERATURE: (24 s.h.)
beyond FL 122 on the CAPE placement test; completing a 122-level language          _____ Additional survey course from ENG 221-224              (4 s.h.)
course; or completing a semester or summer in a university approved program
in a non-English speaking country that includes a course in language
instruction at the 122 level or above. Only 4 s.h. of language study utilized to   Four additional 200-300-level literature courses chosen from at least
meet the graduation requirement apply to Civilization category. Students are       3 of the following categories:                             (16 s.h.)
expected to complete this requirement by the end of their sophomore year.                     Historical Studies (ENG 320 – 329)
                                                                                              Cultural Studies (ENG 330-339)
STUDIES IN THE ARTS AND SCIENCES:                                                             Author Studies (ENG 340 – 349)
[Transfer students with at least 18 s.h. of transfer credit must complete 32                  Genre Studies (ENG 350-359)
hours total in Studies in the Arts & Sciences, but may have as few as 7 hours                 Critical Practice and Theory (ENG 200, 250, 333, 362)
in one or more of the four Studies in the Arts & Sciences areas.]                  _________ _________ _________ __________

Expression_____________ *ENG (Lit)                 (8 s.h.)________                _____ENG 495 (4 s.h.) - Senior Seminar: Literature
[Eight hours chosen from at least two of the following:
literature (in English or foreign languages), philosophy, & fine arts              Other Requirements:
(art, art history, dance, fine arts, music, music theatre, and theatre             - At least one literature course must have a global/multicultural
arts). At least one course must be literature.]                                    designation.
                                                                                   - At least two literature courses must have a pre-1800 designation
Civilization______________ _______________(8 s.h.)_______                          - At least 20 hours of literature must be at the 300-level or above
[Eight hours chosen from at least two of the following:                            - A course may satisfy multiple requirements if possible
history, foreign languages, and religious studies.]

Society________________ _________________(8 s.h.)_______
[Eight hours chosen from at least two of the following: economics,                 PROFESSIONAL WRITING AND RHETORIC: (24 s.h.)
geography, human services - HSS 111 only, political science,                       _____ ENG 215 (4 s.h.) Intro to Professional Writing and Rhetoric
psychology, & sociology/anthropology.]                                             _____ ENG 397 (4 s.h.) Writing as Inquiry

Science__________(Lab:______) _____________(8 s.h.)_______                         Concentration Electives (12 s.h.)
[Eight hours chosen from one or more of the following:                                      _____ A 200-level English course (4 s.h.)
 mathematics, science, and computer science (CSC designation). At                           _____ A 300-level English course (4 s.h.)
least one course must be a physical or biological laboratory science.]                      _____ English 313 (4 s.h.) Special Topics in Professional
                                                                                            Writing and Rhetoric –OR- a 4-hour internship
ADVANCED STUDIES (Must be outside major.)
                                                                                   _____ ENG 497 (4 s.h.) Sr Seminar: Professional Writing & Rhetoric
____________________ ___________________(8 s.h.)_______
[Eight hours of 300-400 level coursework outside the major field and
chosen from areas under Studies in the Arts and Sciences.]                         CREATIVE WRITING: (24 s.h.)
                                                                                   Choose two of the following: (8 s.h.)
GST Interdisciplinary Seminar _____________(4 s.h.)_________                                ENG 315 Intermediate Nonfiction
[300-400 level GST course; requires junior/senior status.]                                  ENG 316 Intermediate Poetry
                                                                                            ENG 317 Intermediate Fiction
                                                                                            ________ ________
*Required in major; may count in General Studies.
                                                                                   (Creative Writing requirements continued on back .... )
(Creative Writing requirements, continued)

Choose two of the following: (8 s.h.)
         ENG 366 Contemporary Writers
         ENG 351 The Novel
         ENG 353 Poetry
         ENG 354 Short Stories
         ENG 356 Nonfiction
         300-level or above literature course
         ________ ________

Choose one of the following: (4 s.h.)
        ENG 413 Advanced Creative Writing
        200-400 level English elective
        ________

_____ ENG 496 (4 s.h.) - Senior Seminar: Creative Writing

_____Major Total (s.h.)

								
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