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  Dec 14, 2017
 
 
    
2012-2013 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

English Teacher's Certificate Program (BA)


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Requirements. Forty-five credits, including at least eighteen credits in English at the 300 level or above, and no more than six from ENG 202 , ENG 203  and ENG 208 , distributed as follows:

  1. Literature (18 credits).
    1. ENG 241 .
    2. British literature. One from ENG 301 ENG 303 , ENG 307 /MES 307 ,  ENG 310 , ENG 312 , ENG 317 , ENG 318 , ENG 319 , ENG 326 , ENG 327 , ENG 329 , ENG 330 , ENG 331 , ENG 332 , ENG 333 , ENG 334 , ENG 385 , ENG 386 .
    3. Shakespeare. ENG 315  or ENG 316 .
    4. American literature. One from ENG 353 , ENG 355 , ENG 356 , ENG 357 , ENG 364 , ENG 368 , ENG 432 , ENG 433 , ENG 434 .
    5. American ethnic literature. One from ENG 213 , ENG 215 , ENG 374 , ENG 375 , or a course approved by the English Department.
    6. An additional literature course at the 300 level or above.
  2. Writing ( 6 credits).
    1. One from: ENG 252 , ENG 296 , ENG 298 , ENG 338 , ENG 340 , ENG 345 , ENG 354 , ENG 363 , ENG 392 , ENG 393 , ENG 399 , ENG 400 ; ENG 306 /LIN 306 .
    2. ENG 412 /EDR 446 .
  3. Education (6 credits).
    ENG 361 /EDS 347 , ENG 410 /EDR 445 ; both taken as Education.
  4. Linguistics (6 credits).
    ENG 200 /LIN 200 , ENG 244 /LIN 244 ; both taken as Linguistics.
  5. Electives in English at the 200 level or above (9 credits).
    The following courses are recommended as excellent preparation for teaching English: a course in women’s literature chosen from: ENG 228 , ENG 337 , or a course approved by the English Department; further courses in American or British literature or writing; a course in Greek and Roman literature chosen from ENG 204 , ENG 207 ; ENG 447  / LIN 447 ; ENG 351 .
  6. Completion of Individual Major Portfolio.
  7. A teacher’s certificate minor chosen from outside the English Department.
  8. All requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Bachelor of Arts  degree, including distribution requirements in addition to general education requirement 

Prospective candidates should also study the sections entitled “General Requirements for Teacher Certification ” and “Secondary Education Teacher's Certificate Programs ” printed in the Department of Education section of this Catalog.

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