Program planners for each option are available in the Department office. Students should consult with Department faculty advisors when choosing a program in English and regularly as they progress towards their degrees.
The Department of English can refer students to one of the coordinating faculty advisors. Regular office hours for all English faculty are posted near the Department office, and information sheets are available detailing which faculty members regularly advise for specific options.
ENGL 100, a general education foundation course, is not part of any English option. Some options permit or require courses from other departments; if approved by a faculty advisor, options may also include other courses outside English. Because some courses meet requirements in several options, students can often change options with no significant loss of credit towards the required total; students also regularly double major in two options in English.
In addition to the degree requirements for the Bachelor of Arts in English, English majors must meet the following requirements for University graduation: