Designed for students who wish to study British, American, and other Anglophone literature and culture. Study great literature to cultivate your critical imagination, your cultural knowledge, and your own writing. Encounter a rich variety of voices across history and discover your own creative voice in this enduring conversation. Courses address a wide range of periods, authors, genres, and themes. In addition to courses focusing on literature and culture, students may take one class in creative writing, professional writing, or rhetoric and composition.
- Requires 18 credit hours
- English 3000 (Critical Practices and Processes in Literary Studies)
- 5 additional electives (ENGL 2xxx, 3xxx, or 4xxx), no more than one of which may be a writing course and no more than one of which may be a 2000-level course.
For more information or to declare your minor, contact Dr. Steve Hartman Keiser, Director of Undergraduate Studies, or access Marquette's Undergraduate Bulletin.