Richard Henry, Interim Department Chair
120 Morey, (315) 267-2043, email@example.com
41-42 credit hours.
The Literature/Writing Major is required of all students seeking secondary education certification (in conjunction with a teacher certification program in the School of Education and Professional Studies). Courses focus on literature, rhetoric, creativity, and professional practice while introducing students to common forms in a variety of contexts.
All courses are 3 credits unless noted. Credits are divided as follows:
||Introduction to Literature
||Writing Arguments (4 credits)
||Survey of Human Communication (3-4 credits)
1 credit recitation optional
||Patterns of Literature
||Literary Analysis & Reserach
*Note: At least two of these three courses must be at the 400-500 level. Students may select from a limited number of courses designated by the literature faculty.
|LNGS 301||Language and Structure|
|COMP 202||Introduction to Creative Writing (4 credits)|
|COMP 402||Theory of Composition|
|COMM 408||Visual Communication|