The program offers courses in literature and the English language. Courses in composition and language provide training in the techniques and skills which are requisite for accurate, effective written expression. Courses in the literature of America, England, and other countries familiarize students with specific writers, movements, periods, and literary issues; prepare them to recognize, to analyze, and to evaluate the various types of literature; builds reading and other language skills; train them to do independent thinking and research; and develop understanding of aesthetic and cultural dimensions of human experience.
George MacDonald: Images of His World
by Larry E. Fink and Rolland Hein
English Program Alumni: What are you doing now?
Modern Language Association Style Manual (MLA)
Amercian Pyschological Association Style Manual (APA)
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