Bachelor Degree in English
Students who major in English study a liberal arts curriculum with an emphasis on literature and composition. Within this curriculum, concentrations can be selected in one of the following: communications, literature, theater, media or pre-law. Any one of these components can be combined with a certification in secondary education.
Due to the broad-based study of the liberal arts and the emphasis on writing and analysis, a degree in English prepares students for a variety of careers and graduate programs. Current GMC graduates of the English program are currently employed attorneys, editors, journalists, public relations directors, sales directors, software specialists and teachers.
English- 39 Credits
GENERAL EDUCATION AND CORE CURRICULUM*
Open Electives- 29-32 Credits
*Please contact the Office of Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-DIAL-GMC for specific general education course requirements.
A minimum of 125 credits is required for this degree.
The minimum passing grade within the major is C (a grade of C- is not acceptable).
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