The English major and minor expose students to centuries of cultural experience and representation in poetry, prose, drama, film, TV, new media, and folk artifacts. Students receive extensive training in writing, speaking, and critical thinking skills. At the UO, English majors and minors take classes covering varied historical periods and literary traditions alongside classes in expository writing, cultural studies, theory, ecocriticism, film, and folklore. In addition to focusing and extending the values of a traditional liberal arts education, the skills gained in the English Major and Minor programs provide vital preparation for business and professional careers, as well as for further academic work or artistic endeavors. The experience of our graduates has proven that English is an excellent background for law, medicine, teaching, management, publishing, advertising and advanced technology fields.
|Spring 2016||2016-17 Advising Supplement, Major II (2016)|
|Winter 2016||2016-17 Advising Supplement, Major I (1995)|
|Fall 2015||2015-16 Advising Supplement|
|Summer 2015||2014-15 Advising Supplement|
Please note that the courses listed above in the schedules on the following PDF pages are subject to change.
The official schedule of classes is on Schedule of Classes (Duckweb)
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