Together with reading, writing and critical thinking, which are among the most valued, career-ready skills an English student develops, studies in English cultivate humanistic and global empathy, and empower students to be engaged citizens and vital contributors to the advancement of the world’s societies and cultures.
Find out how to become an English major or minor, find your academic advisor, join a group, and apply for a scholarship, internship, independent study, or the honors program.
The department offers a variety of scholarships to undergraduate majors ranging from $500-$2000.
The department's internship program offers opportunities to build experience and explore career possibilities.
In coordination with the Arts and Sciences Honors Program, the English Department offers qualified students the opportunity to intensify their course of study and graduate with honors.
Independent study rewards self-motivated students with custom-tailored educational experiences not available through traditional coursework.