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Consider an English degree
The Bachelor of Arts with a Major in English prepares thinkers, readers, and communicators for a variety of careers. The versatility of the degree makes it a good fit for law, scholarship, publishing, advertising, or making your way down your own creative path. Course emphases include British and American literature, women’s and gender studies, and professional writing. Regardless of the emphasis, in keeping with the development of agile, mobile, analytic skills, the program goal is to encourage intellectual engagement, thoughtfulness, and philosophic vision. Come join us and  discover what you can do!

Experienced faculty
Our excellent faculty have national scholarly reputations. But we also roll up our sleeves and immerse ourselves in the work of the campus and the Minot community. We regularly host, for example, poetry readings, literary conferences, and even chili contests. Our students are active, too; members of Sigma Tau Delta and the English Club often present papers at the Sigma Tau Delta national conference and publish essays in the Society’s journal.  We are on the move here, and would love to have you with us. For more information, contact Program Coordinator, Eric Furuseth, eric.furuseth@ndus.edu, or 701-858-3369.

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Be inspired . . . earn our English degree

Class size
Minot State’s small classroom sizes allow you to experience valuable one-on-one interaction with professors and participate in practical collaboration with your classmates.

Experienced faculty
Our well-qualifed instructors are sought after for their scholoarly expertise and contributions to the community, and are active in scholarly and creative research and publication.

Get involved
Collaborate with your peers in English Club and the English international honor society, Sigma Tau Delta. You may even have the opportunity to share your work on a national scale at the annual Sigma Tau Delta conference.
 
Accreditation
Minot State University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (hlcommission.org), a regional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.