Buena Vista University

English with Teaching Licensure (5-12)

What was the most important thing you've read recently? A classic novel? A new script? A biting news article? Perhaps an office memo? It's amazing how many different ways our lives are affected by the English language. The ability to use language to express emotion and articulate ideas, analyze meaning, and construct compelling arguments gives you some of the most far reaching skills across multiple industries. The BVU Professional & Online Studies English major exposes you to world literature, numerous writing genres, the art of language and expression as well as the practical skills to make language work for you.

Courses of study

Minor in English with teaching licensure (5-12): 30 credit hours

ENGL 220 Introduction to Literature: Early Literary Classics
ENGL 250 American Literature
ENGL 261 British Literature, Beginnings to 1750
ENGL 300 Advanced Composition
ENGL 331 Introduction to Linguistics
ENGL 332 Modern English Grammar
ENGL 350 Shakespeare
One elective ENGL 370 or above

Support work:

SEDU 333 Young Adult Fiction and Nonfiction
SEDU 365 Reading in the Content Areas
Plus requirements for secondary education and education core

Best Value - Regional Colleges 2015

Buena Vista University
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Storm Lake, IA 50588

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