The Department of English offers minors in English, British Studies, American Studies, Writing, and Creative Writing.
Each minor consists of 18 credits (6 classes) of coursework. Students of all majors, including English, are welcome to pursue these minors, although English majors cannot minor in English.
To declare a minor, contact R. Dale Smith, Coordinator of Undergraduate Advising, at email@example.com. It is suggested that students complete at least half of a minor before declaring it officially.
The English minor is a smaller version of the English major, and will contain at least three different types of literature classes, in addition to other types of English classes.
The British Studies minor is an interdisciplinary minor for students not only interested in British literature, but British history and the impact that Britain has had on the world.
David Latane, Coordinator of British Studies
The American Studies minor is an interdisciplinary minor for students not only interested in U.S. literature, but U.S. history and the impact that the U.S. has had on the world.
Richard Fine, Coordinator of American Studies
The Creative Writing minor allows a student to explore the writing of fiction, poetry, screenplays, and creative nonfiction, with the option to focus specifically on one of the genres. More workshop oriented than the Writing minor, the minor in Creative Writing only allows for one expository writing course.