X--Degree Programs, Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
School of Literatures and Performance Studies in English, College of Arts.
The School of Literatures and Performance Studies in English offers courses, especially at the 2000 and 3000 levels, suitable for non-specialized students as well as for those in English programs. Any student in English, or majoring in another field, who is in doubt about being well prepared for a particular course at any level should consult with either the instructor or an advisor in the department. Students should note that certain courses in Drama (DRMA) and in Literature in Translation (CLAS, GERM, HUMN, SPAN) may be counted towards a degree in English. Consult the School of Literatures and Performance Studies in English for details.
Area of Concentration (General Program)
A minimum of 6.00 English credits is required, including:
In addition, students must complete:
It is recommended that students take 0.50 at the 2000 level in a lecture course.
General Program Degree requirements to be fulfilled in part through 2.00 credits from 3000 level lecture courses in the following areas:
Major (Honours Program)
A minimum of 9.00 English credits is required, including:
In addition, students must take 1.00 credits from any other lecture courses on offer.
It is recommended that students take two 2000 level lecture courses.
Honours Program Major Degree Requirements to be fulfilled in part through 3.50 credits from 3000 level lecture courses in the following areas:
Note: 4000 level seminar courses may in some instances fulfill these area requirements, depending on their content. See the School of Literatures and Performance Studies in English for details.
Honours students interested in a more concentrated program or contemplating graduate work in English are strongly advised to:
The M.A. program in English at Guelph gives preference to qualified applicants with a broad experience in literary and cultural studies and related disciplines.
Minor (Honours Program)
The program of study and requirements are the same as for the area of concentration in the General Program.
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