The Department of Humanities offers a major in English and minors in English, Journalism, and Philosophy, and Spanish.
In addition to ENGL 101 (English Composition I) and ENGL 102 (English Composition II) , all English majors must take WLIT 203 (World Literature I) and ENGL 208 (Critical Writing) to complete the English General Education Requirement.
The Foreign Language program provides students with a background useful in such fields as English, linguistics, philosophy, history, political science, management science, and international studies and trade. The program offers courses in French, Latin, and Spanish. Satisfactory completion of these courses at the appropriate level should enable students to
Every candidate for the B.A. degree is required to complete the intermediate level courses of one foreign language. It is strongly recommended that students who wish to take the courses in a foreign language required for the B.A. degree begin their language work not later than the beginning of their sophomore year so that they may complete the requirement before graduation and have the opportunity to take advanced foreign language courses if they desire.
Students may be granted advanced placement on the basis of previous academic work in foreign languages. Appropriate standing is granted for foreign language courses studied in high school. Except for those students who gain advanced placement, all students must begin their language coursework with the 101 course and continue sequentially through 102, 201, and 202. Students may not take for credit a foreign?language course at a lower level than a course in the same language for which they have already received college credit. Students who wish to take foreign languages are requested to consult with the appropriate foreign language faculty when registering for foreign language courses.