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English courses give the training necessary for effective writing and correct speaking, provide a well-rounded knowledge of the English language, encourage critical thinking and develop a perceptive approach to literature.

Courses in foreign languages afford students the opportunity for understanding, speaking, reading and writing in languages other than their native tongue, acquaint students with the important non-English literature of the world and introduce the nature and structure of foreign languages as important parts of the world’s cultural heritage.

See the academic catalog for admission and degree requirements.

Undergraduate Concentrations

Bachelor of Arts, Comparative Literature

Comparative Literature, BA Curriculum

Bachelor of Arts, English Education Grades 6-12

English Education Grades 6-12, BA Curriculum

Bachelor of Arts, Foreign Languages and Literatures

Foreign Languages and Literatures, BA Curriculum

Bachelor of Arts, Literature

Literature, BA Curriculum

Bachelor of Arts, Writing

Writing, BA Curriculum


Classical Studies, Minor
Comparative Literature, Minor
English, Minor
French, Minor
Spanish, Minor
Writing, Minor

Program Contact

Dr. Keagan Lejeune, Department Head
Department of English and Foreign Languages
Tel: (337) 475-5326