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Complete all Institutional Graduation Requirements (Including University Writing Requirement, Diversity Requirement, General Education Requirement, etc.) as provided at http://www.eou.edu/registrar.
Program Requirements: English/Writing is a minimum 60 credit hour degree, including a minimum of 30 upper-division credits and not counting prerequisites. A grade of “C-” or better is required for each course counting towards the major, but a cumulative GPA of 2.00 is required for completion of the major.
Students may combine an Interdisciplinary Writing and Rhetoric minor with a major or second minor in English/Writing. Should students combine two English/Writing minors, no more than one required course can count toward both minors.
Many of the ENGL/WR courses have student standing requirements. The student standings listed below are: freshman(FR), sophomore(SO), junior(JR) and senior(SR).
Choose one of the following courses:
Choose two of the following courses:
Choose one of the following courses for at least 1 credit (additional credit can be applied to elective category):
Complete elective credits to reach 60 credits for the degree. Most students will need 5-8 elective credit hours. The credits can be any 200, 300 or 400 level ENGL or WR courses not already used in the degree. The list of courses are below:
Total credits required for major: 60
Students preparing for teaching or graduate work are recommended to complete a B.A. in English/Writing.
Required Preparation Courses:
Preparation for secondary teaching-classroom practice and national testing
Complete one of the following courses:
**Note**14 credit hours may be completed within the English/Writing Core.Courses labeled with “T” are recommended for future secondary teachers.Students interested in Secondary English teaching should work closely with the secondary teaching adviser Prof. Knowles.
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Last EPCC update February 2020
Previous EPCC checksheet (February 2018 update) this checksheet is for spring 2020 and prior (the 2019-20 academic year)