Bachelor of Arts in English
|General Education Requirements|
|The student must complete the General Education Requirements of the College of Arts & Sciences.||9|
|A total of three units from the following:||3|
One unit from the following:
|Understanding Composition and Rhetoric|
One unit from the following:
|Survey of British Literature I|
|Survey of British Literature II|
|Survey of US Literature|
One unit from either of the above lists
|Two units in ENGL at the 300-level, other than ENGL 300 and Junior Seminar||2|
|Select two units from the following:||2|
|Seminar in a Literary Period|
|Genre Study Seminar|
|Author Study Seminar|
|Ethnic Literature Seminar|
|Global Literature Seminar|
|Postcolonial Literature Seminar|
|Popular Culture Seminar|
|Composition and Rhetoric Seminar|
|Exploring Writing Studies|
Or select one unit from the above list and one unit from the following:
|Advanced Non-Fiction Workshop|
|Advanced Fiction Workshop|
|Advanced Poetry Workshop|
|Advanced Drama Workshop|
|Advanced Open-Studio Workshop|
|Creative Outreach: Poetry|
|Major Project Workshop I|
|Major Project Workshop II|
|ENGL 499||Senior Project||1|
|Two units in ENGL or ENCW (may include only one 100-level. May include Junior Seminar.)||2|
|An L-course in any language is required of all English majors||1|
All students in the College of Arts and Sciences must meet General Education requirements in addition to specific requirements within the major area of study.
Each student must complete at least four writing or writing enhanced (WE) courses to complete the University Writing Requirement. At least two of these courses must be from General Education. Based upon Admissions application information, students may be placed in ENGL 100; ENGL 100 will count toward the Writing requirement if completed with a minimum grade of C.
A single course may not be used to meet more than one of the General Education requirements, but a single course may count toward a General Education requirement and the student’s major requirements. Students should check with their advisor regarding the eligibility of transfer credits to meet General Education requirements after students have enrolled at Stetson. A key component of a liberal education is to learn about the modes of inquiry from a diverse set of disciplines, so no more than 3 courses used to meet General Education requirements may come from a single department and at least 16 of the 32 units required for graduation must come from departments outside the department of the major.
For many majors, certain courses outside the major field of study are required. These courses are called “collateral requirements.”
A student majoring in Education may count among the 32 units as many in the major as are required for completion of an approved program for teacher certification by the State of Florida.
|FSEM 100||First Year Seminar||1|
|Quantitative Reasoning (any Q course)||1|
|Knowledge of Human Cultures and the Natural World|
|Select five of the following: 2||5|
Creative Arts (any A course, or 4 - MUSC, MUSA or MUSE credit courses) 3
Culture and Belief (any B course)
Historical Inquiry (any H course)
Individuals, Societies, and Social Systems (any S course)
Modern Languages (any L course)
Physical and Natural World (any P course)
|Personal and Social Responsibility|
|Select any 'Stetson Values (V)' course||1|
Cultural Events/Campus Engagement
In addition to completing 32 course units, students join Stetson's intellectual and creative life outside the classroom by participating in at least 3 approved cultural events for each semester of enrollment at Stetson. These events include lectures by distinguished visitors, musical performances, plays, and art shows.
Foundation courses may not be taken pass/fail.
1 unit each from 5 out of the 6 areas.
Course(s) must equal 1 unit.