Undergraduate Catalog Addenda

15-16 Undergraduate Addenda

Criminal Justice and Legal Studies

Associate of Arts Degree in Legal Studies   (page 266)     

  OA 211 is listed as a correlate for the Associate of Arts degree.  This was replaced with PO 106.

English—Literature Emphasis
The Literature Emphasis program course requirements are incorrectly displayed in the 2015-16 academic catalog. The following program requirements should be referenced instead.  

Literature Emphasis

Thirty-three total English hours required, including core requirements, excluding English 101 and 300. The literature emphasis major’s field program should look as follows:

Core Requirements

     EN 301 Critical Reading and Writing (3)
     EN 310 Modern English Grammar (3)
     EN 400 Senior Seminar (3)

Choose four (at least one from each sequence)

     EN 325 English Literature I (3)
     EN 326 English Literature II (3)
     EN 330 American Literature I (3)
     EN 331 American Literature II (3)
     EN 360 World Literature I (3)
     EN 361 World Literature II (3)

Group A - Literary Forms (Choose one)

     EN 337 The Short Story (3)
     EN 380 Modern Poetry (3)
     EN 381 Drama (3)
     EN 382 Modern Novel (3)

Group B - Literary Periods (Choose one)

     EN 370 Medieval Literature (3)
     EN 371 Renaissance Literature (3)
     EN 372 Restoration and 18th Century Literature (3)
     EN 373 Romantic/Victorian Literature (3)
     EN 374 Modern Literature (3)
     EN 375 Contemporary Literature (3)
     EN 376 19th Century American Literature (3)

Group C - Major Authors

     EN 345 Shakespeare or another major author course approved by the departmental chairperson. (3)

One course from the following

Communication 150, 350, and 365. Theatre  101/301, 103, 202.
Students in the Literature emphasis should consider EN 400 their capstone course.

                                           =33 total hours                   

Within the Humanities offerings, one course numbered 102 or its equivalent in any modern foreign language.