What You’ll Learn
The English Major Adolescent Education Inclusive Generalist Track prepares students to teach English in grades 5-12 and students with disabilities as a Generalist 7-12. You complete a full English degree as part of this track, whether in Literature or Creative Writing.
Our English major opens up many exciting prospects for exploring literature and creative writing. Apply to study abroad in the Oxford Scholar’s Program, attend readings at the Writers Forum, or join the English Club and help produce their magazine, Jigsaw.
Our department offers an exciting range of courses on literary traditions from around the globe. We further offer courses on career preparation and professional writing to help students explore their future options.
The English Adolescence Inclusive Generalist Education program leads to initial dual certification in:
- Adolescence English Grades 5-12; and
- Students with Disabilities, Grades 7-12
We recommend submitting first-year applications in October or early November. We decide your admission once you complete your application.
Next Deadline for Transfer Students
Fall Semester: August 1Undergraduate Admissions
Explore Your Interests
You can pursue your special interests in reading and writing by studying abroad in Oxford , participating in the English Club and Jigsaw, or attending the nationally-renowned Writers Forum.
- Oxford Scholar’s Program
- Writers Forum
- English Club and Jigsaw
This track prepares students to teach English at the secondary level.
Our English majors have also pursued fields such as journalism, business, medicine, law, and administration.
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