Minor: British Literature
Minor: British Literature (15 credits)
The British Literature minor is for students who wish to increase their knowledge of important British authors, texts, and contexts. Students with aspirations toward fully understanding and appreciating the English-language literary tradition from its origins to the present will be well served by this minor, as will students who wish to develop critical reading and writing abilities necessary for graduate study of literature as well as law, business, and other fields in which a clear comprehension of complex rhetoric and communication is essential. The British literature minor will be especially attractive to English majors, majors in other overlapping areas in the humanities such as History, Philosophy, and all students with interdisciplinary interests that include literature.
ENL3501 Periods Early British Lit (3 Credits)
ENL3503 Periods Later British Lit (3 Credits)
ENL3333 Shakespeare (3 Credits)
SELECT ONE 3000/4000 LEVEL ELECTIVE
  • Elective must be focused on the early period (may be single-author, theme-based, etc.) with the following prefixes: ENL, LIT, or ENG
SELECT ONE 3000/4000 LEVEL ELECTIVE
  • Elective must be focused on the late period (may be single-author, theme-based, etc.) with the following prefixes: ENL, LIT, or ENG