2 years
Jan Aug
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About this course

  1. The English major will demonstrate skill in the art of written communication, utilizing the principles of effective style (i.e., diction, sentence structure, stylistic variety, and organization) and concrete development
  2. The English major will apply a factual knowledge base to the analysis and interpretation of literature. (The knowledge base includes an understanding of character, setting, theme, point of view, symbolism, and irony)
  3. The English major will communicate an appreciation for literature as a fine art, for writing as a significant rhetorical tool, and for linguistics as a foundational aspect of language study
  4. The English major will explain the general linguistic principles that characterize the English language

Entry Requirements

  • TOEFL score sheet: If an applicant is not from one of the following English-speaking countries, he or she MUST submit an official TOEFL scoresheet: Ireland, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Commonwealth Caribbean. A minimum score of 40 on the iBT is required for ESL classes, and a minimum score of 70 on the iBT is required for consideration to start regular university classes instead of ESL.