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ENGLISH LANGUAGE, LITERATURE, AND CREATIVE WRITING

PROGRAMS
General English Language and Literature
Honours English Language and Literature
Honours English Literature and Creative Writing
Combined Honours English Language and Literature
Combined Honours English Literature and Creative Writing
Minor in English Language and Literature
Major and Minor Concentrations - Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (IAS) - English
Concurrent General Bachelor of Arts (English Language and Literature)/Bachelor of Education (Direct admissions from High School only).

Combined Honours Digital Journalism and English Language and Literature As of Winter 2018, there are no new admissions to the program.
Combined Honours Digital Journalism and English Literature and Creative Writing As of Winter 2018, there are no new admissions to the program.

Additional Information: ENGLISH PROGRAM REGULATIONS
GENERAL UNDERGRADUATE REGULATIONS

ENGLISH CURRICULUM FOR INCOMING STUDENTS AS OF FALL 2019


General English Language and Literature

Degree Requirements:

Total courses: thirty.
(a) ENGL-1002, ENGL-2109, and ENGL-2119 (Students are encouraged to take ENGL-2109 and ENGL-2119 in their first year.);
(b) ENGL-2609 or ENGL-2709;
(c) one other 2000-level course;
(d) one course from each of Categories A through E. (Only one of ENGL-3269 or ENGL-3279 counts toward Category A.);
(e) two additional English courses

*If ENGL-2609 is used to satisfy both (b) above and the Category C requirement under (d), for the major requirements, the student must take one additional course under (e) to bring the total number of English courses up to the required twelve for the degree program.

**ENGL-2710, ENGL-3159, ENGL-3259, ENGL-3409, 26-345, and ENGL-4710 are all double-credit (6.0 credit) courses.**

(f) two courses from Social Sciences;

(g) two courses from Languages or Science;
(h) two courses from any area of study, excluding Arts.
(i) GART-1500;
(j) four courses from any area of study, including English;
(k) seven courses from any area of study, excluding English.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirements (a) to (e), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.


Honours English Language and Literature

Degree Requirements:

Total courses: forty.
(a) ENGL-1002, ENGL-2109, ENGL-2119 (Students are encouraged to take ENGL-2109 and ENGL-2119 in their first year.);
(b) ENGL-2609 or ENGL-2709;
(c) one of ENGL-2410, ENGL-2420, or ENGL-2939;
(d) two Category A courses; (Only one of ENGL-3269 or ENGL-3279 counts toward Category A.);
(e) one course from each of Categories B through E;

(f) one Practicum course (ENGL-3002, ENGL-3059,* ENGL-3069,* ENGL-3079,* ENGL-3099**) or a 4000-level course.
(g) one more 4000-level course;
(h) one of ENGL-2809, ENGL-2859, ENGL-2410, ENGL-3019, ENGL-3549, ENGL-3839;
(i) six additional English courses.

* practicum courses ENGL-3059*, ENGL-3069*, ENGL-3079* require application for entry.

** ENGL-3099 (Scholarship and Bibliography) recommended for all Honours English majors


***If ENGL-2609 is used to satisfy both (b) above and the Category C requirement under (e), for the major requirements, the student must take one additional course under (g) to bring the total number of English courses up to the required twenty for the degree program.
**ENGL-2710, ENGL-3159, ENGL-3259, ENGL-3409, 26-345, and ENGL-4710 are all double-credit (6.0 credit) courses.**

(j) two courses from Social Sciences;
(k) two courses from Languages or Science;
(l) two courses from any area of study, excluding Arts.
(m) GART-1500;
(n) four courses from any area of study, including English;
(o) nine courses from any area of study, excluding English.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirements (a) to (i), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Honours English Literature and Creative Writing

Degree Requirements:

Total courses: forty.
(a) ENGL-1002, ENGL-2109, ENGL-2119 (Students are encouraged to take ENGL-2109 and ENGL-2119 in their first year.);
(b) ENGL-2609 or ENGL-2709;
(c) one of ENGL-2410, ENGL-2420, or ENGL-2939;
(d) ENGL-2710 (a 6.0-credit course) and ENGL-4710 (a 6.0-credit course);
(e) ENGL-3710**; plus one of ENGL-3002, ENGL-3059*, ENGL-3069*, ENGL-3079* or ENGL-3099 (recommended)

(f) two Category A courses; (Only one of ENGL-3269 or ENGL-3279 counts toward Category A.);
(g) one course from each of Categories B through E;
(h) one of ENGL-2809, ENGL-2410, ENGL-3019, ENGL-3549, ENGL-3839;

(i) two additional English courses.

* practicum courses ENGL-3059*, ENGL-3069*, ENGL-3079* require application for entry. See English Department web-site for details.
** ENGL-3710 may be repeated for credit
*** ENGL-3099 (Scholarship and Bibliography) recommended for all Honours English majors
****If ENGL-2609 is used to satisfy both (b) above and the Category C requirement under (g), for the major requirements, the student must take one additional course under (g) to bring the total number of English courses up to the required twenty for the degree program.

**ENGL-2710, ENGL-3159, ENGL-3259, ENGL-3409, 26-345, and ENGL-4710 are all double-credit (6.0 credit) courses.**

(k) two courses from Social Sciences;
(l) two courses from Languages or Science;
(m) two courses from any area of study, excluding Arts.
(n) GART-1500;
(o) four courses from any area of study, including English;
(p) nine courses from any area of study, excluding English.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirements (a) to (i), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Combined Honours English Language and Literature

Program Regulation:
Students in combined programs must complete all courses used to calculate the major average for both subject areas, and GART-1500 and GART-1510. They must also complete the degree requirements in the order presented, to a total of forty courses. Example: If the total course requirements add up to 43 once the requirements for the second subject area are included, the degree requirements are to be completed in the order presented, until the student reaches a total of 40 courses.

Degree Requirements:

Total courses: forty.
(a) ENGL-1002, ENGL-2109, ENGL-2119
(b) ENGL-2609* or ENGL-2709;
(c) One of ENGL-2410, ENGL-2420, or ENGL-2939;
(d) two Category A courses; (Only one of ENGL-3269 or ENGL-3279 counts toward Category A.);
(e) one course from each of Categories B through E;
(f) Two 4000-level courses, or one 4000-level course and one “practicum” course.

Recommended: ENGL-3099 (Scholarship and Bibliography);
(g) one of ENGL-2809, ENGL-2859, ENGL-2410, ENGL-3019, ENGL-3549, ENGL-3839;
(h) three* additional English courses.

*If ENGL-2609 is used to satisfy both (b) above and the Category C requirement under (e), for the major requirements, the student must take one additional course under (h) to bring the total number of English courses up to the required seventeen for the degree program.
**ENGL-2710, ENGL-3159, ENGL-3259, ENGL-3409, 26-345, and ENGL-4710 are all double-credit (6.0 credit) courses.**

(i)
Course Requirements -Other Subject: courses used to calculate the major average in the other subject area, as prescribed by that area of study.
(j) GART-1500;
(k) two courses from Social Sciences;
(l) two courses from Languages or Science;
(m) two courses from any area of study, excluding Arts.

(n) additional courses from any area of study to a total of forty courses.

*If ENGL-2609 is used to satisfy both a 2000-level requirement and the Category C requirement, the student must take one additional course under (g) to bring the total number of English courses up to the required seventeen for the degree program.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirements (a) to (i), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Combined Honours English Literature and Creative Writing

Program Regulation:
Students in combined programs must complete all courses used to calculate the major average for both subject areas, and GART-1500 and GART-1510. They must also complete the degree requirements in the order presented, to a total of forty courses. Example: If the total course requirements add up to 43 once the requirements for the second subject area are included, the degree requirements are to be completed in the order presented, until the student reaches a total of 40 courses.

Degree Requirements:

Total courses: forty.
(a) ENGL-1002, ENGL-2109, ENGL-2119 (Students are encouraged to take ENGL-2109 and ENGL-2119 in their first year.);
(b) ENGL-2609 or ENGL-2709;
(c) ENGL-2410, ENGL-2420, or ENGL-2939;
(d) ENGL-2710 (a 6.0-credit course) and ENGL-4710 (a 6.0-credit course);
(e) ENGL-3710;
(f) one Category A course; (Only one of ENGL-3269 or ENGL-3279 counts toward Category A.);
(g) one from each of Categories B through D;
(h) one of ENGL-2809, ENGL-2859, ENGL-2410, ENGL-3019, ENGL-3549, ENGL-3839.
(i) two additional English courses

Recommended: ENGL-3059 (Editing Practicum).

*If ENGL-2609 is used to satisfy both (b) above and the Category C requirement under (g), for the major requirements, the student must take one additional course under (i) to bring the total number of English courses up to the required seventeen for the degree program.
**ENGL-2710, ENGL-3159, ENGL-3259, ENGL-3409, 26-345, and ENGL-4710 are all double-credit (6.0 credit) courses.**

(j) Course requirements - Other Subject: courses used to calculate the major average in the other subject area, as prescribed by that area of study.
(k) GART-1500;
(l) two courses from Social Sciences;
(m) two courses from Languages or Science;
(n) two courses from any area of study, excluding Arts.
(o) additional courses from any area of study to a total of forty courses.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirements (a) to (j), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Minor in English Language and Literature

Required: a minimum of six English courses, including:
(a) one literature course at the 1000-level;
(b) two courses at the 2000-level;
(c) one course at the 3000-level;
(d) two more courses numbered 2000 or above.

Major and Minor Concentrations - Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (IAS) - English

Major Concentration: ENGL-1002, ENGL-2109, ENGL-2119, ENGL-2609 or ENGL-2709, one additional 2000-level course, one course from each of Categories A-E, two additional courses from Categories A-E.

Minor Concentration: two 1000-level courses (one of which must be a literature course and excluding ENGL-1001); plus two courses from Categories A-B and two courses from Categories C-E, one of which must be at the 3000-level or above.

ENGLISH: COURSES