B.A. in English Teaching 24 months Undergraduate Program By University of Utah |Top Universities
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Program Duration

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Program overview

Main Subject

Education and Training

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Creative Writing ENGL 2500 - Introduction to Creative Writing 3 Credit(s) or ENGL 2510 - Introduction to Creative Writing with Book Arts Workshop English Language: ENGL 3310 - Introduction to English Grammar LING 3500 - Introduction to English Grammar WRTG 3510 - Grammar and Stylistics for Academic Writing LING 3510 - Grammar and Stylistics for Academic Writing ENGL 5350 - Revising and Editing Introduction to Literary History: ENGL 3701 - Introduction to Literary History I and ENGL 3702 - Introduction to Literary History II Introduction to Critical Theory: ENGL 3600 - Introduction to Critical Theory Cultural Studies/American Literature: ENGL 2700 - Diversity in American Literature ENGL 3750 - Asian American Literature ENGL 3760 - African American Literature I ENGL 3761 - African American Literature II ENGL 3770 - Chicana/o Literature ENGL 5730 - Studies in Early American Literature ENGL 5750 - Studies in Nineteenth-Century American Literature ENGL 5780 - Studies in Twentieth-Century American Literature

Program overview

Main Subject

Education and Training

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Creative Writing ENGL 2500 - Introduction to Creative Writing 3 Credit(s) or ENGL 2510 - Introduction to Creative Writing with Book Arts Workshop English Language: ENGL 3310 - Introduction to English Grammar LING 3500 - Introduction to English Grammar WRTG 3510 - Grammar and Stylistics for Academic Writing LING 3510 - Grammar and Stylistics for Academic Writing ENGL 5350 - Revising and Editing Introduction to Literary History: ENGL 3701 - Introduction to Literary History I and ENGL 3702 - Introduction to Literary History II Introduction to Critical Theory: ENGL 3600 - Introduction to Critical Theory Cultural Studies/American Literature: ENGL 2700 - Diversity in American Literature ENGL 3750 - Asian American Literature ENGL 3760 - African American Literature I ENGL 3761 - African American Literature II ENGL 3770 - Chicana/o Literature ENGL 5730 - Studies in Early American Literature ENGL 5750 - Studies in Nineteenth-Century American Literature ENGL 5780 - Studies in Twentieth-Century American Literature

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

6+

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