BA in English

Virginia Military Institute (VMI)
United States
Qualification
Bachelor's Degree
Study mode
Full-time
Duration
4 years
Intakes
August
Total tuition fee (local)
Contact the university / college
Total tuition fee (foreign)
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Entry Requirements

  • Official Application  
  • Official Copy of High School Transcript  
  • Admissions Secondary School Report / Counselor Recommendation 
  • International students whose first language is English must also take either the SAT I. Applicants whose first language is not English must take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). 

Optional

  • Personal Statement: Applicants are encouraged, though not required, to submit a personal statement:

*All items must be mailed to admissions either with your application or after you have submitted your online application. 

Curriculum

  •  Writing and Rhetoric I
  •  Writing and Rhetoric II
  •  Fundamentals of Public Speaking
  •  Rhetorical Traditions I
  •  Rhetorical Traditions II
  •  Ways of Reading
  •  The Language of Art
  •  British Literary Traditions
  •  American Literary Traditions
  •  Ethics
  •  Comparative Religion
  •  Ancient Greek and Medieval Philosophy
  •  Modern and Contemporary Philosophy
  •  Introduction to Music
  •  History of Art I
  •  History of Art II
  •  Film and Performance Studies
  •  Digital Rhetorics
  •  Genre Studies - Poetry
  •  Genre Studies - Fiction
  •  Genre Studies - Nonfiction
  •  Visual Arts Studio
  •  Artistic Responses to Social and Political Issues
  •  Poverty and Human Capability
  •  Teaching Writing
  •  Rhetoric and Public Address
  •  Civic Discourse
  •  Cultural Rhetorics
  •  Language and Style
  • 13 - Professional Writing (Discipline/Field Specific)
  •  Technical Communication
  •  British Literature in Cultural Context
  •  American Literature in Cultural Context
  •  Philosophy and Literature
  •  Aesthetics
  •  Logic and Critical Thinking
  •  Contemporary Art Since 1945
  •  Practicum
  • 62 - Independent Study
  • 79 - Studies in Art and Culture
  •  Fieldwork
  •  One Text
  •  Major Figures
  • 62 - Independent Study
  • 79 - Seminar in Rhetoric and Writing
  •  Senior Capstone Course
  •  Honors Thesis I
  •  Honors Thesis II

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