Tom Strawman, Chair
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Minors & Programs

English Minor

English minors are advised out of the upper-division office. English minors are advised out of the upper-division office. Dr. Elvira Casal advises all minors, but minors may consult any of the other advisors.

A minor in English requires a minimum of 15 upper division hours, including ENGL 3000. Minors must request permission of the department to enroll in English 3000 after declaring the minor. Typically, minors must wait to take English 3000 after completing at least one other upper-division English course. ENGL 1010, 1020, 2020, 2030 or other lower-division English classes cannot be counted as part of the hours required for the minor. Minors may not enroll in ENGL 3010, 3020, 3030, or 4500, which are open only to English majors.

Checklist for minors

Interdisciplinary Minors and Programs

The English Department participates in several interdisciplinary minors. Three of them are housed in the department:

Additionally, the English Department participates in several interdisciplinary minors and programs not housed in the department. See the section on Interdisciplinary Minors in the Undergraduate Catalog for a listing with their coordinating departments and specific requirements and/or follow those linked below for additional information.

  • African American Studies
  • American Culture
  • Classical Studies
  • Early Modern European Studies
  • Environment and Human Society
  • Global Studies
  • Latin American Studies
  • Linguistics Studies
  • Media, History, and Culture
  • Medieval Studies
  • Middle East Studies
  • Native American Studies
  • Russian Studies
  • Southern Studies
  • Twentieth-Century European Studies
  • Women's Studies & Gender Studies

For more information, check the appropriate sections of the current undergraduate catalog: http://catalog.mtsu.edu/index.php?catoid=5