Department of English and Foreign Languages

McNeese’s Department of English and Foreign Languages encourages active engagement in research and creative work and our renowned faculty are committed to serving the intellectual and cultural needs of our students.

English courses give the training necessary for effective writing and speaking, encourages critical thinking and provides a perceptive approach to literature and human values that will enrich the intellectual life of students and prepare them for a variety of careers.

Courses in foreign languages afford students the opportunity to understand, speak, read and write in languages other than their native tongue. This coursework also acquaints students with the important non-English literature of the world and introduces them to the nature and structure of foreign languages as important parts of the world’s cultural heritage.

Areas of Study

Bachelor’s Degrees

Bachelor of Arts in English


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

Master’s Degrees

Master of Arts in English
Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing

Program Brochures


Department Head

Dr. Keagan Lejeune
Kaufman Hall, Room 106