A Bachelor of Arts in Language, Literature and Writing gives you an opportunity to explore interdisciplinary connections between language, literature, and writing.
Required courses for majors include “Writing about Literature,” “An Introduction to Linguistics” and a capstone experience for graduating seniors, emphasizing multigenre work and community involvement. Students complement their studies by selecting from an array of restricted elective courses, ranging from the principles of technical communication to the development of American literature.
Our program is renowned for its collaborative atmosphere, in which faculty help students explore professional goals and intellectual interests. Language, Literature and Writing provides an amazing variety of career paths and opportunities. Our graduates pursue careers in education, law, journalism, social media, advertising, public relations, cultural institutions, film and theater, community advocacy, the non-profit sector, web development and design, and entertainment.