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English - Glendon

BA Degree Requirements

Students taking a degree in English, whether BA or Honours BA (General, Combined, or Specialized) must take the following foundation set:

Foundation Set:

and six credits in linguistics selected from:

These requirements will normally be satisfied before proceeding to upper-level (third- or fourth-year) courses. The requirements are in effect for students commencing their first year of University in Fall/Winter 2004-2005 or thereafter.

No more than the equivalent of six English as a second language credits at the 3000 level may be counted towards a major or minor in English. For details see below under the Courses in English as a Second Language section.

Note: Students with a focal interest in linguistics and language studies should consult that section in the calendar.

Specialized Honours Program

Students in Specialized Honours must take 60 credits - the above foundation set and 42 other credits, including (a) six credits in pre-1660 literature (selected from GL/EN 3210 6.00, GL/EN 3220 6.00, GL/EN 3250 6.00, GL/EN 3620 6.00, GL/EN 3625 3.00, GL/EN 3630 3.00, GL/EN 4680 6.00) and (b) six credits in literature written between 1660 and 1900 (selected from GL/EN 2580 6.00, GL/EN 3230 6.00, GL/EN 3330 6.00, GL/EN 3470 6.00). For both (a) and (b), students could select from GL/EN 4010 3.00/GL/EN 4010 6.00, GL/EN 4100 3.00/GL/EN 4100 6.00, GL/EN 4240 3.00/GL/EN 4240 6.00, GL/EN 4250 3.00/GL/EN 4250 6.00 depending on the subjects covered. All students taking a major in the English Department must have their program approved by a faculty member of the department.

General Honours Program

Students in General Honours must take 36 credits composed of the above foundation set, 12 credits at the 3000 or 4000 level and six other credits in English.

Honours Double Major Program

Students in an Honours Double Major Program in English must take at least 36 credits in English including the foundation set (see above) and 12 credits at the 3000 or 4000 level.

Combined Honours Program

Students in the Combined Honours program must take at least 60 credits in the two departments concerned and must arrange their second- to fourth-year study lists with both departments. Those who are seeking Combined Honours with major emphasis in English must take 36 credits in English composed of the foundation set, at least 12 credits at the 3000 or 4000 level and six other credits in English. Those who are seeking Combined Honours with minor emphasis in English must take 24 credits in English chosen in consultation with the department.

Bachelor Program

Students in the bachelor program must take 30 credits in English, composed of the above foundation set and 12 credits at the 3000 or 4000 level.


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