English (ENGCL) / Secondary Education (SECED) - Recommended Academic Plan

Effective Date Spring 2016

Semester 1

Course DetailsCredits
ENGL 015 - Rhetoric and CompositionNotes for: ENGL 015 - Rhetoric and Composition

ENGL 015 - Rhetoric and Composition

Requirements for this course
  • # Course is an Entrance-to-Major requirement.#
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
or ENGL 030 - Honors Freshman Composition (GWS) Notes for: ENGL 030 - Honors Freshman Composition (GWS)

ENGL 030 - Honors Freshman Composition (GWS)

Requirements for this course
  • # Course is an Entrance-to-Major requirement.#
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3.0
Quantification (GQ) (MATH or STAT)Notes for: Quantification (GQ) (MATH or STAT)

Quantification (GQ) (MATH or STAT)

Requirements for this course
  • # Course is an Entrance-to-Major requirement.#
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3.0
Arts (GA)

Arts (GA)

3.0
Social and Behavioral Sciences (GS)

Social and Behavioral Sciences (GS)

3.0
Health and Physical Activity (GHA)

Health and Physical Activity (GHA)

1.5
Total credits 13.5

Semester 2

Course DetailsCredits
CAS 100 - Effective Speech (GWS)

CAS 100 - Effective Speech (GWS)

3.0
Quantification (GQ) (MATH or STAT)Notes for: Quantification (GQ) (MATH or STAT)

Quantification (GQ) (MATH or STAT)

Requirements for this course
  • # Course is an Entrance-to-Major requirement.#
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3.0
Arts (GA)

Arts (GA)

3.0
HD FS 239 - Adolescent Development (GS)

HD FS 239 - Adolescent Development (GS)

3.0
Natural Sciences (GN)

Natural Sciences (GN)

3.0
Health and Physical Activity (GHA)

Health and Physical Activity (GHA)

1.5
Total credits 16.5

Semester 3

Course DetailsCredits
EDPSY 014 - Learning and Instruction

EDPSY 014 - Learning and Instruction

3.0
Literature Course (GH)Notes for: Literature Course (GH)

Literature Course (GH)

* any English class on literature that is also a GH class.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3.0
Natural Sciences (GN)

Natural Sciences (GN)

3.0
Select 3 credits from American Ethnic Literature or African-American Literature list (See below)

Select 3 credits from American Ethnic Literature or African-American Literature list

3.0
ENGL 221 - British Literature to 1798

ENGL 221 - British Literature to 1798

or ENGL 221W - British Literature to 1798

ENGL 221W - British Literature to 1798

or ENGL 222 - British Literature from 1798

ENGL 222 - British Literature from 1798

or ENGL 222W - British Literature from 1798

ENGL 222W - British Literature from 1798

or ENGL 231 - American Literature to 1865

ENGL 231 - American Literature to 1865

or ENGL 231W - American Literature to 1865

ENGL 231W - American Literature to 1865

or ENGL 232 - American Literature from 1865

ENGL 232 - American Literature from 1865

or ENGL 232W - American Literature from 1865

ENGL 232W - American Literature from 1865

3.0
Total credits 15.0

Semester 4

Course DetailsCredits
C I 280 - Introduction to Teaching English to English Language Learners (GH)

C I 280 - Introduction to Teaching English to English Language Learners (GH)

3.0
ENGL 202 - Effective Writing (GWS)

ENGL 202 - Effective Writing (GWS)

3.0
B HUM Degree required courseNotes for: B HUM Degree required course

B HUM Degree required course

Of these selections (12 credits) select 4 upper or lower division courses, each from a different major/program offering from, the following list: AAA S, AM ST, ARAB, ART, ART H, BRASS, CAS, CAMS, CHNS, CMLIT, COMM, DANCE, ENGL, FR, GER, GREEK, HEBR, HIST, INART, IT, J ST, JAPNS, KOR, LATIN, LING, MEDVL, MUSIC, PHIL, PORT, RL ST, RUS, SPAN, STS, THEA, WMNST.
6.0
Select 3 credits from World or Comparative Literature list (See below)

Select 3 credits from World or Comparative Literature list

3.0
Natural Sciences (GN)

Natural Sciences (GN)

3.0
Total credits 18.0

Semester 5

Course DetailsCredits
ENGL 200W - Introduction to Critical ReadingNotes for: ENGL 200W - Introduction to Critical Reading

ENGL 200W - Introduction to Critical Reading

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3.0
Select 3 credits from Upper Level American Literature list (See below)Notes for: Select 3 credits from Upper Level American Literature list

Select 3 credits from Upper Level American Literature list

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3.0
B HUM Degree required courseNotes for: B HUM Degree required course

B HUM Degree required course

Of these selections (12 credits) select 4 upper or lower division courses, each from a different major/program offering from, the following list: AAA S, AM ST, ARAB, ART, ART H, BRASS, CAS, CAMS, CHNS, CMLIT, COMM, DANCE, ENGL, FR, GER, GREEK, HEBR, HIST, INART, IT, J ST, JAPNS, KOR, LATIN, LING, MEDVL, MUSIC, PHIL, PORT, RL ST, RUS, SPAN, STS, THEA, WMNST.
6.0
EDUC 313 - Field Observation

EDUC 313 - Field Observation

2.0
EDUC 314 - Learning Theory and Instructional Procedures

EDUC 314 - Learning Theory and Instructional Procedures

3.0
Total credits 17.0

Semester 6

Course DetailsCredits
I HUM 300W - Interpretations in the Humanities

I HUM 300W - Interpretations in the Humanities

3.0
ENGL 444 - ShakespeareNotes for: ENGL 444 - Shakespeare

ENGL 444 - Shakespeare

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3.0
EDUC 322 - Adolescent Literature and Developmental Reading

EDUC 322 - Adolescent Literature and Developmental Reading

3.0
EDUC 315W - Social and Cultural Factors in Education (US)

EDUC 315W - Social and Cultural Factors in Education (US)

3.0
EDUC 458 - Behavior Management Strategies for Inclusive Classrooms

EDUC 458 - Behavior Management Strategies for Inclusive Classrooms

3.0
Total credits 15.0

Semester 7

Course DetailsCredits
I HUM 400 - Expressions in the Humanities

I HUM 400 - Expressions in the Humanities

3.0
ENGL 470 - Rhetorical Theory and PracticeNotes for: ENGL 470 - Rhetorical Theory and Practice

ENGL 470 - Rhetorical Theory and Practice

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3.0
Select 3 credits from Upper Level British Literature list (See below)Notes for: Select 3 credits from Upper Level British Literature list

Select 3 credits from Upper Level British Literature list

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3.0
EDUC 416 - Teaching Secondary English and the Humanities

EDUC 416 - Teaching Secondary English and the Humanities

3.0
EDUC 459 - Strategies for Effective Teaching in Inclusive ClassroomsNotes for: EDUC 459 - Strategies for Effective Teaching in Inclusive Classrooms

EDUC 459 - Strategies for Effective Teaching in Inclusive Classrooms

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3.0
Total credits 15.0

Semester 8

Course DetailsCredits
EDUC 490 - Student Teaching

EDUC 490 - Student Teaching

12.0
Total credits 12.0

Additional Notes

Advising Notes

  • GWS, GQ, GA, GH, GS, GN and GHA are codes used to identify General Education requirements.
  • US, IL, and US;IL are codes used to designate courses that satisfy University United States/International Cultures requirements. All students are required to take one IL and one US course before graduation. A course designated as US;IL may be used as a US or an IL, not both.
  • W suffix signifies the course satisfies the University Writing Across the Curriculum requirement.

Departmental Lists:

American ethnic or African-American literature

  • ENGL 135: Alternative Voices in American Literature
  • ENGL 235: African-American Oral Folk Tradition
  • ENGL 431: Black American Writers
  • ENGL 461: The Vernacular Roots of African American Literature
  • ENGL 462: Reading Black, Reading Feminist
  • ENGL 463: African American Autobiography
  • ENGL 466: African American Novel I
  • ENGL 467: African American Novel II
  • ENGL 468: African American Poetry
  • ENGL 469: Slavery and the Literary Imagination.

World or Comparative Literature

  • ENGL 182: Literature and Empire
  • ENGL 185: The Modern Novel in World Literature
  • ENGL 486:  The World Novel in English
  • ENGL 488: Modern Continental Drama
  • or any Comparative Literature class (CMLIT)

Upper-Level American literature

  • ENGL 430: The American Renaissance
  • ENGL 432: The American Novel To 1900
  • ENGL 433: The American Novel: 1900-1945
  • ENGL 434: Topics in American Literature
  • ENGL 435: The American Short Story
  • ENGL 436: American Fiction Since 1945
  • ENGL 437: The Poet in America
  • ENGL 438: American Drama
  • ENGL 439: American Nonfiction Prose
  • ENGL 493: The Folktale in American Literature

​Upper level British literature

  • ENGL 440: Studies in Shakespeare
  • ENGL 441: Chaucer
  • ENGL 442: Medieval English Literature
  • ENGL 443: The English Renaissance
  • ENGL 445: Shakespeare’s Contemporaries
  • ENGL 446: Milton
  • ENGL 447: The Restoration and the Eighteenth Century
  • ENGL 448: The English Novel to Jane Austen
  • ENGL 450: The Romantics
  • ENGL 452: The Victorians
  • ENGL 453: Victorian Novel
  • ENGL 454: British and Irish Drama Since 1890
  • ENGL 455: Topics in British Literature
  • ENGL 456: British Fiction, 1900-1945
  • ENGL 457: British Fiction Since 1945
  • ENGL 458: Twentieth-Century Poetry:  British and Irish

Program Notes

Students must complete a 3-credit course in “United States Cultures (US)” and a 3-credit course in “International Cultures (IL).”

Legend

# Course is an Entrance-to-Major requirement.
* Course requires a grade of 'C' or better.
† Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.

Footnotes

Literature Course (GH)
* any English class on literature that is also a GH class.
B HUM Degree required course
Of these selections (12 credits) select 4 upper or lower division courses, each from a different major/program offering from, the following list: AAA S, AM ST, ARAB, ART, ART H, BRASS, CAS, CAMS, CHNS, CMLIT, COMM, DANCE, ENGL, FR, GER, GREEK, HEBR, HIST, INART, IT, J ST, JAPNS, KOR, LATIN, LING, MEDVL, MUSIC, PHIL, PORT, RL ST, RUS, SPAN, STS, THEA, WMNST.
B HUM Degree required course
Of these selections (12 credits) select 4 upper or lower division courses, each from a different major/program offering from, the following list: AAA S, AM ST, ARAB, ART, ART H, BRASS, CAS, CAMS, CHNS, CMLIT, COMM, DANCE, ENGL, FR, GER, GREEK, HEBR, HIST, INART, IT, J ST, JAPNS, KOR, LATIN, LING, MEDVL, MUSIC, PHIL, PORT, RL ST, RUS, SPAN, STS, THEA, WMNST.