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The programs below will allow you explore your specific interests, while also emerging as a well-rounded graduate who is prepared to pursue many different career paths.   

 Bachelor of Arts in English

The newly redesigned English B.A. effectively combines both literature and writing emphases to offer a well-rounded experience for students. As an English major, students will develop a host of skills including writing, editing, problem solving and critical thinking and analysis. With the new curriculum, students will gain breadth as they read widely in World, British, and American literature, as well as depth, by exploring a variety of frameworks (rhetorical, theoretical, linguistic). Students will also have opportunities to join a variety of student publications including the Literary Review or Pinyon. With a well-rounded degree, students are prepared to enter graduate school, law school, or move directly into the workforce as public relations reps, guidance counselors, or technical writers.  Program Requirements.  

Secondary Teaching

If you are interested in teaching, you will first gain an expertise in literature and language, then you'll focus on teaching as you design assignments, learn pedagogical theories, work closely with local middle and high school teachers, and complete your student teaching internship. In 2000, the Colorado Department of Education rated our program one of the best in the State for excellent preparation of future teachers. Our program is accredited by NCATE, the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education. Program Requirements.

 

 Minor in English

 Crossing Disciplines