Gateway courses
ENG 120 Introduction to Literature

Plus one of the following:
ENG 130 Introduction to Media in the Digital Age
ENG 140 Introduction to World Theater
ENG 150 Introduction to Creative Writing
ENG 160 Introduction to Film

Theory courses
Two of the following:
ENG 220 Literary Theory and Its Applications
ENG 230 Grammar, Usage, Language: An Introduction to the Fundamentals of English Grammar
ENG 240 Theater Production and Performance
ENG 250 Creative Writing Form and Theory
ENG 260 Film Theory and Its Applications

Application courses
Three of the following (one of the three must be from ENG-221, 225 or 227):
COE 208HU Stealing Signs: The Literature of Baseball
COE 215HU Memory Unmade: Literature and Memory
COE 220HU Narratives of Space and Time in Literature and Film
COE 265HU Queer Identities in Literature and Film
ENG 221 Survey of American Literature I
ENG 222 Survey of American Literature II
ENG 225 Survey of English Literature I
ENG 226 Survey of English Literature II
ENG 227 Survey of World Literature I
ENG 229 Survey of World Literature II
ENG 231 Journalism and News Reporting
ENG 233 Multimedia Narratives
ENG 241 Introduction to Performance: Speaking and Movement
ENG 251 Creative Writing Workshop in Poetry
ENG 252 Writing for Life: A Nonfiction Workshop
ENG 253 Scriptwriting Workshop
ENG 254 Creative Writing Workshop in Fiction

Five Specialization courses
Five of the following (one must be a pre-1800 literature course, including ENG-324, 325 and applicable special topics, two of the five may be taken outside the major with advisor and department chair approval):
ENG 321 Poetry
ENG 322 Environment and the Novel
ENG 324 Shakespeare I
ENG 325 Shakespeare II
ENG 326 Major Poets
ENG 330 Advanced Journalistic Writing
ENG 331 Persuasive Writing
ENG 335 Editing
ENG 341 Reading and Performing Between the Lines
ENG 351 Intermediate Creative Writing Poetry Workshop
ENG 352 Intermediate Nonfiction Workshop
ENG 353 Intermediate Scriptwriting Workshop
ENG 354 Intermediate Creative Writing Workshop in Fiction
ENG 360 Global Film
ENG 390 Special Topics
ENG 391 Special Topics in Communications
ENG 392 Special Topics in Literature
ENG 393 Special Topics in Writing
ENG 420 African-American Literature
ENG 421 Literature by Women
ENG 422 The Empire Writes Back: Post-Colonial Literature
ENG 423 The Literature of Native America
ENG 430 Multimedia Feature Writing
ENG 431 La Vie Collegienne Newspaper Editor
ENG 451 Advanced Creative Writing

One course in the major must be from Under Represented Literature Courses and may also be used as an Application or Specialization course:
ENG 227 Survey of World Literature I
ENG 229 Survey of World Literature II
ENG 420 African-American Literature
ENG 421 Literature by Women
ENG 422 The Empire Writes Back: Post-Colonial Literature
ENG 423 The Literature of Native America

Capstone
ENG 299 Professional Development for English Majors

Plus one of the following options:  
ENG 400 Internship
ENG 499 Critical/Making: Independent Integrative Research