Old Main, Room 112
Arts and Sciences
Karla Alwes (Chair), Ross Borden, Victoria Boynton, Amy Burtner, Vaughn Copey, Tim Emerson, David Franke, Marni Gauthier, Alexander Gonzalez, T. Ellen Hill, Mary Lynch Kennedy, Denise D. Knight, Kathy Lattimore, Matthew Lessig, Gailanne Mackenzie, Noralyn Masselink, Edward McCorduck, Homer Mitchell, Nicola Morris, Emmanuel Nelson, Lisa Neville, Alex Reid, Linda Rosekrans, Cynthia Sarver, Karen Stearns, Paul Washburn, Laureen Wells-Weiss, Anne Wiegard, Janet Wolf
For a listing of adjunct faculty see the Faculty and Administration section.
Bachelor of Arts in English
Bachelor of Arts in Adolescence Education: English (7-12)
Bachelor of Arts in Professional Writing
Adolescence Education: English (7-12)
English with emphasis areas in: Literature, Language and Literature, Literature and Writing, Professional Writing
English study involves an exploration of human values and the nature of their literary expression, and of the use of the language and the cultural background that shapes it. Courses in English are intended to help students read with understanding and enjoyment and write with skill and grace.
English Honors Program: Students having a grade point average of at least 3.1 in English studies may be invited to pursue an honors program designed to stimulate independent work of a high critical and imaginative order. The program involves the “challenging for honors” in two advanced courses and the writing of a senior thesis. Students may take any English class for honors credit, with approval of the instructor of the course. Sigma Tau Delta is the national English honors society. A local chapter is housed in the English Department.
- Degree Requirements listed here apply to the majors offered by this department.
- Liberal Arts Requirements: 90 credit hours.