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Admission to the English minor program Requirements:
● grade of B or better in any ENG Literature course or ENG 250 or their equivalents;
● Recommendation from one English instructor;
● One writing sample, preferably an essay written for ENG 250 or their equivalents;
● An unofficial transcript; and
● A statement of interest in the English minor.
All of these materials are to be given to the major/minor coordinator. Admission to the minor is conditional upon review by the major/minor coordinator. Students who are not approved by the major/minor coordinator may appeal to the department chair.
To graduate in the program, English minors must maintain a GPA of 2.0 or better in their minor coursework. English minors are also expected to demonstrate academic and personal integrity in minor coursework and interactions with faculty and peers, as specified in the University’s and department’s Academic and Personal Integrity Policies. Violations of either will result in probation for the remainder of the student’s minor coursework, in addition to other penalties deemed appropriate by the instructor and/or Major/Minor Review Committee. Further violations will result in dismissal from the minor, in addition to other penalties deemed appropriate by the instructor and/or Major/Minor Review Committee. Students may appeal such decisions to the department chair school leader and/or university Academic Integrity Committee.
OR any ENG Literature course
Choose five courses:
ENG 433 and ENG 435: topic to be specified
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