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Change Undergraduate Major
English - BA, CRED, HBA

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1. Review - Academic Programs

Approved by Cheryl Hagey Administrative Program Assist / Acad Prgms/Assess/Accred, December 8, 2017 1:40pm

Comments

Cheryl Hagey (Academic Programs) December 8, 2017 1:40pm
All Components are met per the Faculty Senate Curriculum Council guidelines.

2. Review - Catalog Coordinator

Approved by Larry Bulling Program Technician 1 / Office of the Registrar, December 8, 2017 2:44pm

Proposal

Proposal ID: 102211
Type: Change Major/Option/Minor/Certificate
Submission Date: December 8, 2017 1:39pm
Approval Date: December 8, 2017 2:44pm
Effective Term: Spring 2018
Justification:
SUMMARY: This Expedited CHANGE Undergraduate Major seeks to ADD BACK INTO the proposal the sentence "A grade of C- or better is required for all courses used to complete major requirements."

NO OTHER INFORMATION IS CHANGING.

CIP 230101 has been added to the proposal.

CONTACTS: Individuals have been added as contacts. Reason: Their academic program has been identified as being impacted by this expedited change course proposal.


All Components are met per the Faculty Senate Curriculum Council guidelines.

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The Office of the Registrar is responsible for determining the effective date of Category II proposals. The determination is made based upon the ability to complete the request prior to the registration dates for the effective term being proposed.

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Comments: None

Originators

Name Title Department/School
Steven Kunert Instructor English Department

Contacts

Name Title Department/School
Peter Betjemann Director-SWLF Liberal Arts Admin
Norman Hord School Head Public Hlth/HumanSci Adm
Lee Ann Garrison Director-Sch of Arts & Comm Liberal Arts Admin
Jesse Nelson Assistant Dean Academic Success Center

Liaisons

Liaison Status Required
Peter Betjemann - Director-SWLF / Liberal Arts Admin Not Contacted Yes
Lee Ann Garrison - Director-Sch of Arts & Comm / Liberal Arts Admin Not Contacted Yes
Norman Hord - School Head / Public Hlth/HumanSci Adm Not Contacted Yes
Jesse Nelson - Assistant Dean / Academic Success Center Not Contacted Yes

Program Information

Program Title: English - BA, CRED, HBA 
CIP Code: 230101
College/Department or College/School: College of Liberal Arts / School of Writing, Literature and Film 

Program Type: Undergraduate Major 
Original Program: English - BA, CRED, HBA 
Description: Updated 

Undergraduate English majors must attain proficiency in a foreign language, as certified by the School of Language, Culture, and Society, equivalent to that assumed at the end of a second-year language sequence (211/212/213).

Undergraduate English majors must attain proficiency in a foreign language, as certified by the School of Language, Culture, and Society, equivalent to that assumed at the end of a second-year language sequence (211/212/213).

Undergraduate English majors must attain proficiency in a foreign language, as certified by the School of Language, Culture, and Society, equivalent to that assumed at the end of a second-year language sequence (211/212/213).

Requirements: Updated 

A grade of C- or better is required for all courses used to complete major requirements.

Lower Division

ENG 200. Library Skills for Literary Study (1)

From one of the following sequences, 8 credits:
ENG 204. *Survey of British Literature: Beginnings to 1660 (4)
ENG 205. *Survey of British Literature: Restoration to Romantic Era (4)
ENG 206. *Survey of British Literature: Victorian Era to 20th Century (4)
ENG 210. *Literatures of the World: Asia (4)
ENG 211. *Literatures of the World: Africa (4)
ENG 212. *Literatures of the World: Meso/South America, Caribbean (4)
ENG 213. *Literatures of the World: Middle East (4)
ENG 214. *Literatures of the World: Europe (4)
ENG 253. *Survey of American Literature: Colonial to 1900 (4)
ENG 254. *Survey of American Literature: 1900 to Present (4)

From the following, 12 additional credits (at least 4 credits pre-1800):
ENG 201. *Shakespeare (4)
ENG 202. *Shakespeare (4)
ENG 204. *Survey of British Literature: Beginnings to 1660 (4)
ENG 205. *Survey of British Literature: Restoration to Romantic Era (4)
ENG 206. *Survey of British Literature: Victorian Era to 20th Century (4)
ENG 207. *Literature of Western Civilization: Classical-Renaissance (4)
ENG 208. *Literature of Western Civilization: 18th Century to Present (4)
ENG 210. *Literatures of the World: Asia (4)
ENG 211. *Literatures of the World: Africa (4)
ENG 212. *Literatures of the World: Meso/South America, Caribbean (4)
ENG 213. *Literatures of the World: Middle East (4)
ENG 214. *Literatures of the World: Europe (4)
ENG 221. *African-American Literature (4)
ENG 253. *Survey of American Literature: Colonial to 1900 (4)
ENG 254. *Survey of American Literature:1900 to Present (4)
ENG 260. *Literature of American Minorities (4)

Upper Division

ENG 345. Introduction to Literary Criticism and Theory (4)

Pre-1800 Literature (Select a minimum of 2 courses, 8 credits)1
ENG 412. Studies in British Theater and Society (4)
ENG 417. The English Novel: Defoe Through Scott (4)
ENG 425. Studies in Medieval Literature (4)
ENG 426. Studies in Chaucer (4)
ENG 430. Studies in Early Modern Literature (4)
ENG 433. Studies in the Long Eighteenth Century (4)
ENG 435. Studies in Shakespeare (4)
ENG 490. History of the English Language (4)

Post-1800 Literature (Select a minimum of 2 courses, 8 credits)1
ENG 317. *The American Novel: Beginnings to Chopin (4)
ENG 318. *The American Novel: Modernist Period (4)
ENG 319. *The American Novel: Post-World War II (4)
ENG 320. *Studies in Page, Stage, and Screen (4)
ENG 321. *Studies in Word, Object and Image (4)
ENG 322. *Studies in Globalism, Text and Film (4)
ENG 360. *Native American Literature (4)
ENG 362. *American Women Writers (4)
ENG 374. *Modern Short Story (4)
ENG 418. The English Novel: Victorian Period (4)
ENG 419. The English Novel: 20th Century (4)
ENG 434. Studies in Romanticism (4)
ENG 436. Studies in Victorian Literature (4)
ENG 438. Studies in Modernism (4)
ENG 440. Studies in Modern Irish Literature (4)
ENG 450. Studies in Short Fiction (4)
ENG 470. ^Studies in Poetry (4)
ENG 482. Studies in American Literature, Culture, and the Environment (4)
ENG 485. ^Studies in American Literature (4)
FILM 452. ^Studies in Film (4)

Electives (12 credits upper-division ENG or WR)

WIC Course (3)

Courses taken to satisfy major requirements may not be taken with an S/U grade.

Total=53


Sample Four-Year Plan: English Major


Year 1


Fall (14)

ALS 199. Special Topics: U-Engage (2)
ENG 204. *Survey of British Literature: Beginnings to 1660 (4)
  or ENG 205. *Survey of British Literature: Restoration to Romantic Era (4)
  or ENG 206. *Survey of British Literature: Victorian Era to 20th Century (4)
  or ENG 253. *Survey of American Literature: Colonial to 1900 (4)
  or ENG 254. *Survey of American Literature:1900 to Present (4)
Language 111 (4)
PAC Course (1–2)
WR 121. *English Composition (3)
   or COMM 111. *Public Speaking (3)
   or COMM 114. *Argument and Critical Discourse (3)

Winter (16)

ENG 200. Library Skills for Literary Study (1)
ENG 204. *Survey of British Literature: Beginnings to 1660 (4)
  or ENG 205. *Survey of British Literature: Restoration to Romantic Era (4)
  or ENG 206. *Survey of British Literature: Victorian Era to 20th Century (4)
  or ENG 253. *Survey of American Literature: Colonial to 1900 (4)
  or ENG 254. *Survey of American Literature:1900 to Present (4)
Language 112 (4)
WR 121. *English Composition (3)
  or COMM 111. *Public Speaking (3)
  or COMM 114. *Argument and Critical Discourse (3)
Bacc Core Course-Western Culture (4)

Spring (15)

Survey of Literature Elective (4)
Language 113 (4)
MTH Course (4)
Bacc Core Course-Difference, Power, and Discrimination (3)

Year 2


Fall (15)

Survey of Literature Elective (4)
Language 211 (4)
Bacc Core Course-Cultural Diversity (3)
Bacc Core Course-Physical Science with Attached Lab (3)

Winter (16)

Survey of Literature Elective (4)
Language 212 (4)
Bacc Core Course-Social Processes and Institutions (3)
Bacc Core Course-Biological Science with Attached Lab (3)

Spring (14)

HHS 231. *Lifetime Fitness for Health (2)
Language 213 (4)
WR II (4)
Bacc Core Course-Difference, Power, and Discrimination (3)
Bacc Core Course-Literature and the Arts (4)

Year 3


Fall (15)

ENG 345. Introduction to Literary Criticism and Theory (4)
Bacc Core Course-Social Sciences (3)
Pre-1800 Upper-Division Literature (4)
Third Lab Science (4)

Winter (16)

Post-1800 Upper-Division Literature (4)
Bacc Core Course—Non-Western Culture (3)
CLA Core Course—Fine Arts (3)
CLA Core Course, Additional—(3)
General Elective (3)

Spring (15)

Bacc Core Course—Science, Technology and Society (3)
CLA Core Course—Humanities (3)
Post-1800 Upper-Division Literature (4)
Pre-1800 Upper-Division Literature (4)
PAC (1–2)

Year 4


Fall (16)

ENG or WR Upper-Division Elective (4)
Bacc Core Course—Contemporary Global Issues (3)
General Elective (3)
General Elective (3)
General Elective (4)

Winter (14)

ENG or WR Upper-Division Elective (4)
General Elective (3)
General Elective (3)
​General Elective (4)

Spring (14)

ENG or WR Upper-Division Elective (4)
General Elective (3)
General Elective (3)
​General Elective (4)

Footnotes:

* Baccalaureate Core Course (BCC)
^ Writing Intensive Course (WIC)
1 See advisor for additional pre- and post-1800 courses.

Lower Division

ENG 200. Library Skills for Literary Study (1)

From one of the following sequences, 8 credits:
ENG 204. *Survey of British Literature: Beginnings to 1660 (4)
ENG 205. *Survey of British Literature: Restoration to Romantic Era (4)
ENG 206. *Survey of British Literature: Victorian Era to 20th Century (4)
ENG 210. *Literatures of the World: Asia (4)
ENG 211. *Literatures of the World: Africa (4)
ENG 212. *Literatures of the World: Meso/South America, Caribbean (4)
ENG 213. *Literatures of the World: Middle East (4)
ENG 214. *Literatures of the World: Europe (4)
ENG 253. *Survey of American Literature: Colonial to 1900 (4)
ENG 254. *Survey of American Literature: 1900 to Present (4)

From the following, 12 additional credits (at least 4 credits pre-1800):
ENG 201. *Shakespeare (4)
ENG 202. *Shakespeare (4)
ENG 204. *Survey of British Literature: Beginnings to 1660 (4)
ENG 205. *Survey of British Literature: Restoration to Romantic Era (4)
ENG 206. *Survey of British Literature: Victorian Era to 20th Century (4)
ENG 207. *Literature of Western Civilization: Classical-Renaissance (4)
ENG 208. *Literature of Western Civilization: 18th Century to Present (4)
ENG 210. *Literatures of the World: Asia (4)
ENG 211. *Literatures of the World: Africa (4)
ENG 212. *Literatures of the World: Meso/South America, Caribbean (4)
ENG 213. *Literatures of the World: Middle East (4)
ENG 214. *Literatures of the World: Europe (4)
ENG 221. *African-American Literature (4)
ENG 253. *Survey of American Literature: Colonial to 1900 (4)
ENG 254. *Survey of American Literature:1900 to Present (4)
ENG 260. *Literature of American Minorities (4)

Upper Division

ENG 345. Introduction to Literary Criticism and Theory (4)

Pre-1800 Literature (Select a minimum of 2 courses, 8 credits)1
ENG 412. Studies in British Theater and Society (4)
ENG 417. The English Novel: Defoe Through Scott (4)
ENG 425. Studies in Medieval Literature (4)
ENG 426. Studies in Chaucer (4)
ENG 430. Studies in Early Modern Literature (4)
ENG 433. Studies in the Long Eighteenth Century (4)
ENG 435. Studies in Shakespeare (4)
ENG 490. History of the English Language (4)

Post-1800 Literature (Select a minimum of 2 courses, 8 credits)1
ENG 317. *The American Novel: Beginnings to Chopin (4)
ENG 318. *The American Novel: Modernist Period (4)
ENG 319. *The American Novel: Post-World War II (4)
ENG 320. *Studies in Page, Stage, and Screen (4)
ENG 321. *Studies in Word, Object and Image (4)
ENG 322. *Studies in Globalism, Text and Film (4)
ENG 360. *Native American Literature (4)
ENG 362. *American Women Writers (4)
ENG 374. *Modern Short Story (4)
ENG 418. The English Novel: Victorian Period (4)
ENG 419. The English Novel: 20th Century (4)
ENG 434. Studies in Romanticism (4)
ENG 436. Studies in Victorian Literature (4)
ENG 438. Studies in Modernism (4)
ENG 440. Studies in Modern Irish Literature (4)
ENG 450. Studies in Short Fiction (4)
ENG 470. ^Studies in Poetry (4)
ENG 482. Studies in American Literature, Culture, and the Environment (4)
ENG 485. ^Studies in American Literature (4)
FILM 452. ^Studies in Film (4)

Electives (12 credits upper-division ENG or WR)

WIC Course (3)

Courses taken to satisfy major requirements may not be taken with an S/U grade.

Total=53


Sample Four-Year Plan: English Major


Year 1


Fall (14)

ALS 199. Special Topics: U-Engage (2)
ENG 204. *Survey of British Literature: Beginnings to 1660 (4)
  or ENG 205. *Survey of British Literature: Restoration to Romantic Era (4)
  or ENG 206. *Survey of British Literature: Victorian Era to 20th Century (4)
  or ENG 253. *Survey of American Literature: Colonial to 1900 (4)
  or ENG 254. *Survey of American Literature:1900 to Present (4)
Language 111 (4)
PAC Course (1–2)
WR 121. *English Composition (3)
   or COMM 111. *Public Speaking (3)
   or COMM 114. *Argument and Critical Discourse (3)

Winter (16)

ENG 200. Library Skills for Literary Study (1)
ENG 204. *Survey of British Literature: Beginnings to 1660 (4)
  or ENG 205. *Survey of British Literature: Restoration to Romantic Era (4)
  or ENG 206. *Survey of British Literature: Victorian Era to 20th Century (4)
  or ENG 253. *Survey of American Literature: Colonial to 1900 (4)
  or ENG 254. *Survey of American Literature:1900 to Present (4)
Language 112 (4)
WR 121. *English Composition (3)
  or COMM 111. *Public Speaking (3)
  or COMM 114. *Argument and Critical Discourse (3)
Bacc Core Course-Western Culture (4)

Spring (15)

Survey of Literature Elective (4)
Language 113 (4)
MTH Course (4)
Bacc Core Course-Difference, Power, and Discrimination (3)

Year 2


Fall (15)

Survey of Literature Elective (4)
Language 211 (4)
Bacc Core Course-Cultural Diversity (3)
Bacc Core Course-Physical Science with Attached Lab (3)

Winter (16)

Survey of Literature Elective (4)
Language 212 (4)
Bacc Core Course-Social Processes and Institutions (3)
Bacc Core Course-Biological Science with Attached Lab (3)

Spring (14)

HHS 231. *Lifetime Fitness for Health (2)
Language 213 (4)
WR II (4)
Bacc Core Course-Difference, Power, and Discrimination (3)
Bacc Core Course-Literature and the Arts (4)

Year 3


Fall (15)

ENG 345. Introduction to Literary Criticism and Theory (4)
Bacc Core Course-Social Sciences (3)
Pre-1800 Upper-Division Literature (4)
Third Lab Science (4)

Winter (16)

Post-1800 Upper-Division Literature (4)
Bacc Core Course—Non-Western Culture (3)
CLA Core Course—Fine Arts (3)
CLA Core Course, Additional—(3)
General Elective (3)

Spring (15)

Bacc Core Course—Science, Technology and Society (3)
CLA Core Course—Humanities (3)
Post-1800 Upper-Division Literature (4)
Pre-1800 Upper-Division Literature (4)
PAC (1–2)

Year 4


Fall (16)

ENG or WR Upper-Division Elective (4)
Bacc Core Course—Contemporary Global Issues (3)
General Elective (3)
General Elective (3)
General Elective (4)

Winter (14)

ENG or WR Upper-Division Elective (4)
General Elective (3)
General Elective (3)
​General Elective (4)

Spring (14)

ENG or WR Upper-Division Elective (4)
General Elective (3)
General Elective (3)
​General Elective (4)

Footnotes:

* Baccalaureate Core Course (BCC)
^ Writing Intensive Course (WIC)
1 See advisor for additional pre- and post-1800 courses.

A grade of C- or better is required for all courses used to complete major requirements.

Lower Division

ENG 200. Library Skills for Literary Study (1)

From one of the following sequences, 8 credits:

ENG 204. *Survey of British Literature: Beginnings to 1660 (4)
ENG 205. *Survey of British Literature: Restoration to Romantic Era (4)
ENG 206. *Survey of British Literature: Victorian Era to 20th Century (4)
ENG 210. *Literatures of the World: Asia (4)
ENG 211. *Literatures of the World: Africa (4)
ENG 212. *Literatures of the World: Meso/South America, Caribbean (4)
ENG 213. *Literatures of the World: Middle East (4)
ENG 214. *Literatures of the World: Europe (4)
ENG 253. *Survey of American Literature: Colonial to 1900 (4)
ENG 254. *Survey of American Literature: 1900 to Present (4)

From the following, 12 additional credits (at least 4 credits pre-1800):

ENG 201. *Shakespeare (4)
ENG 202. *Shakespeare (4)
ENG 204. *Survey of British Literature: Beginnings to 1660 (4)
ENG 205. *Survey of British Literature: Restoration to Romantic Era (4)
ENG 206. *Survey of British Literature: Victorian Era to 20th Century (4)
ENG 207. *Literature of Western Civilization: Classical-Renaissance (4)
ENG 208. *Literature of Western Civilization: 18th Century to Present (4)
ENG 210. *Literatures of the World: Asia (4)
ENG 211. *Literatures of the World: Africa (4)
ENG 212. *Literatures of the World: Meso/South America, Caribbean (4)
ENG 213. *Literatures of the World: Middle East (4)
ENG 214. *Literatures of the World: Europe (4)
ENG 221. *African-American Literature (4)
ENG 253. *Survey of American Literature: Colonial to 1900 (4)
ENG 254. *Survey of American Literature:1900 to Present (4)
ENG 260. *Literature of American Minorities (4)

Upper Division

ENG 345. Introduction to Literary Criticism and Theory (4)

Pre-1800 Literature (Select a minimum of 2 courses, 8 credits)1

ENG 412. Studies in British Theater and Society (4)
ENG 417. The English Novel: Defoe Through Scott (4)
ENG 425. Studies in Medieval Literature (4)
ENG 426. Studies in Chaucer (4)
ENG 430. Studies in Early Modern Literature (4)
ENG 433. Studies in the Long Eighteenth Century (4)
ENG 435. Studies in Shakespeare (4)
ENG 490. History of the English Language (4)

Post-1800 Literature (Select a minimum of 2 courses, 8 credits)1

ENG 317. *The American Novel: Beginnings to Chopin (4)
ENG 318. *The American Novel: Modernist Period (4)
ENG 319. *The American Novel: Post-World War II (4)
ENG 320. *Studies in Page, Stage, and Screen (4)
ENG 321. *Studies in Word, Object and Image (4)
ENG 322. *Studies in Globalism, Text and Film (4)
ENG 360. *Native American Literature (4)
ENG 362. *American Women Writers (4)
ENG 374. *Modern Short Story (4)
ENG 418. The English Novel: Victorian Period (4)
ENG 419. The English Novel: 20th Century (4)
ENG 434. Studies in Romanticism (4)
ENG 436. Studies in Victorian Literature (4)
ENG 438. Studies in Modernism (4)
ENG 440. Studies in Modern Irish Literature (4)
ENG 450. Studies in Short Fiction (4)
ENG 470. ^Studies in Poetry (4)
ENG 482. Studies in American Literature, Culture, and the Environment (4)
ENG 485. ^Studies in American Literature (4)
FILM 452. ^Studies in Film (4)

Electives (12 credits upper-division ENG or WR)

WIC Course (3)

Courses taken to satisfy major requirements may not be taken with an S/U grade.

Total=53


Sample Four-Year Plan: English Major


Year 1


Fall (14)

ALS 199. Special Topics: U-Engage (2)
ENG 204. *Survey of British Literature: Beginnings to 1660 (4)
  or ENG 205. *Survey of British Literature: Restoration to Romantic Era (4)
  or ENG 206. *Survey of British Literature: Victorian Era to 20th Century (4)
  or ENG 253. *Survey of American Literature: Colonial to 1900 (4)
  or ENG 254. *Survey of American Literature:1900 to Present (4)
Language 111 (4)
PAC Course (1–2)
WR 121. *English Composition (3)
   or COMM 111. *Public Speaking (3)
   or COMM 114. *Argument and Critical Discourse (3)

Winter (16)

ENG 200. Library Skills for Literary Study (1)
ENG 204. *Survey of British Literature: Beginnings to 1660 (4)
  or ENG 205. *Survey of British Literature: Restoration to Romantic Era (4)
  or ENG 206. *Survey of British Literature: Victorian Era to 20th Century (4)
  or ENG 253. *Survey of American Literature: Colonial to 1900 (4)
  or ENG 254. *Survey of American Literature:1900 to Present (4)
Language 112 (4)
WR 121. *English Composition (3)
  or COMM 111. *Public Speaking (3)
  or COMM 114. *Argument and Critical Discourse (3)
Bacc Core Course-Western Culture (4)

Spring (15)

Survey of Literature Elective (4)
Language 113 (4)
MTH Course (4)
Bacc Core Course-Difference, Power, and Discrimination (3)

Year 2


Fall (15)

Survey of Literature Elective (4)
Language 211 (4)
Bacc Core Course-Cultural Diversity (3)
Bacc Core Course-Physical Science with Attached Lab (3)

Winter (16)

Survey of Literature Elective (4)
Language 212 (4)
Bacc Core Course-Social Processes and Institutions (3)
Bacc Core Course-Biological Science with Attached Lab (3)

Spring (14)

HHS 231. *Lifetime Fitness for Health (2)
Language 213 (4)
WR II (4)
Bacc Core Course-Difference, Power, and Discrimination (3)
Bacc Core Course-Literature and the Arts (4)

Year 3


Fall (15)

ENG 345. Introduction to Literary Criticism and Theory (4)
Bacc Core Course-Social Sciences (3)
Pre-1800 Upper-Division Literature (4)
Third Lab Science (4)

Winter (16)

Post-1800 Upper-Division Literature (4)
Bacc Core Course—Non-Western Course—Non-Western Culture (3)
CLA Core Course—Fine Course—Fine Arts (3)
CLA Core Course, Additional—(3)
Additional—(3)
General Elective (3)

Spring (15)

Bacc Core Course—Science, Course—Science, Technology and Society (3)
CLA Core Course—Humanities (3)
Course—Humanities (3)
Post-1800 Upper-Division Literature (4)
Pre-1800 Upper-Division Literature (4)
PAC (1–2)

Year 4


Fall (16)

ENG or WR Upper-Division Elective (4)
Bacc Core Course—Contemporary Course—Contemporary Global Issues (3)
General Elective (3)
General Elective (3)
General Elective (4)

Winter (14)

ENG or WR Upper-Division Elective (4)
General Elective (3)
General Elective (3)
​General Elective (4)

Spring (14)

ENG or WR Upper-Division Elective (4)
General Elective (3)
General Elective (3)
​General Elective (4)

Footnotes:

* Baccalaureate Core Course (BCC)
^ Writing Intensive Course (WIC)
1 See advisor for additional pre- and post-1800 courses.

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