- 10 Courses Total
- 1 course in How Literature Matters (ENGL 0100, 0101)
- 1 course in Medieval and Renaissance Literatures (Pre-1700)
- 1 course in Literatures of Modernity (Post-1700)
- 1 course in Literatures of the Color Line
- 1 course in Literary Theory and Cultural Critique (ENGL 0800 and other designated courses)
- 5 Electives
All substitutions and/or exceptions must be approved by the concentration advisor in consultation with the Director of Undergraduate Studies. A substitution or exception is not approved until specified by a notation in ASK or on file in the English department.
- Each course may fulfill one requirement.
- Five of the ten courses must be at the 1000-level.
- With advisor approval, two of the ten required courses may be taken in departments other than English.
- ENGL 0900 and ENGL 0930 do not count toward the concentration, however, they do fulfill prerequisites for upper-level Nonfiction courses.
- Only two courses dealing primarily with the practice of writing at the 1000-level may be counted toward the concentration, and they count as electives.
- One ENGL 0200 may be counted toward the ten-course requirement only as an elective.
- 10 Courses.
- Same requirements as above.
- Three 1000-Level Nonfiction writing classes must be among the five electives.
- Only one of the three may be intermediate (ENGL 1030, ENGL 1050).
- Only three Nonfiction courses may count toward the track.