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  • Objectives
    Our students encounter a mix of traditional and innovative subjects and approaches, ranging from the most famous names in English literature to newer looks at various aspects of popular culture.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Arts (Combined Honours) in English
  • Course description
    English
    B.A. Combined Honours
    (20.0 credits)

       1. Credits Included in the English Major CGPA (7.0 credits):

       1. 1.0 credit in FYSM 1004 [1.0] (recommended) or ENGL 1000 [1.0];
       2. 3.0 credits in ENGL 2300 [1.0], ENGL 2802 [1.0] and ENGL 3502 [1.0];
       3. 0.5 credit from ENGL 2700, ENGL 2701, ENGL 2908, ENGL 2926, ENGL 2927, ENGL 2936, ENGL 2937, ENGL 2956, ENGL 2957;
       4. 0.5 credit from ENGL 3702, ENGL 3940, ENGL 3960, ENGL 3965, ENGL 3972;
       5. 0.5 credit from ENGL 2005, ENGL 3105, or ENGL 3605;
       6. 1.0 credit in ENGL at the 4000-level;
       7. 0.5 credit in ENGL;

       2. Additional Requirements (13.0 credits):

       8. The requirements for B.A. Combined Honours in the other discipline;
       9. 5.0 credits in electives not in ENGL or the other discipline;
      10. Sufficient elective credits to make up 20.0 credits total for the program.

    • ENGL 1000 - Literature, Genre, Context
    • ENGL 1005 - Writing and Language
    • ENGL 2002 - Introduction to Epic
    • ENGL 2005 - Theory and Criticism
    • ENGL 2006 - Children's Literature
    • ENGL 2008 - Myth and Symbol
    • ENGL 2009 - Greek & Latin Literary Genres
    • ENGL 2102 - Comedy and Satire
    • ENGL 2103 - Introduction to the Novel
    • ENGL 2104 - Drama Workshop
    • ENGL 2105 - History of the English Language
    • ENGL 2107 - Science Fiction
    • ENGL 2108 - Women and Literature
    • ENGL 2109 - Gender, Sexuality and Literature
    • ENGL 2300 - British Literatures I
    • ENGL 2608 - History of World Cinema
    • ENGL 2700 - American Literatures I
    • ENGL 2701 - American Literatures II
    • ENGL 2802 - Canadian Literatures
    • ENGL 2900 - Literature of the Self
    • ENGL 2901 - Poetry Workshop
    • ENGL 2903 - Fiction Workshop
    • ENGL 2906 - Culture and Society
    • ENGL 2908 - Celtic Literatures
    • ENGL 2926 - African Literatures I
    • ENGL 2927 - African Literatures II
    • ENGL 2936 - South Asian Literatures I
    • ENGL 2937 - South Asian Literatures II
    • ENGL 2956 - Literatures of the Americas I
    • ENGL 2957 - Literatures of the Americas II
    • ENGL 3007 - Reading Poetry
    • ENGL 3105 - History of Literary Theory
    • ENGL 3200 - Medieval Literature
    • ENGL 3202 - Chaucer
    • ENGL 3302 - Renaissance Literature
    • ENGL 3304 - Shakespearean Drama
    • ENGL 3402 - 18th-Century Literature
    • ENGL 3502 - British Literatures II
    • ENGL 3553 - The 19th-Century Novel
    • ENGL 3601 - 20th-Century Poetry
    • ENGL 3603 - 20th-Century Fiction
    • ENGL 3605 - Modern and Contemporary Literary Theory
    • ENGL 3606 - 20th-Century Drama
    • ENGL 3702 - American Culture
    • ENGL 3801 - Canadian Poetry
    • ENGL 3803 - Canadian Fiction
    • ENGL 3901 - Intermediate Poetry Workshop
    • ENGL 3903 - Intermediate Fiction Workshop
    • ENGL 3904 - Intermediate Drama Workshop
    • ENGL 3908 - Research and Theory in Academic Writing
    • ENGL 3909 - Research and Theory in Workplace Writing
    • ENGL 3940 - Studies in Diaspora Lit.
    • ENGL 3960 - Studies in Aboriginal Lit.
    • ENGL 3965 - Intro to Postcolonial Theory
    • ENGL 3972 - Studies in Postcolonial Lit.
    • ENGL 4001 - Studies in Poetry
    • ENGL 4003 - Studies in the Novel
    • ENGL 4005 - Studies in Literary Theory
    • ENGL 4105 - Old English
    • ENGL 4115 - Culture and the Text I
    • ENGL 4125 - Culture and the Text II
    • ENGL 4135 - Culture and the Text III
    • ENGL 4145 - Culture and the Text IV
    • ENGL 4208 - Studies in Medieval Lit.
    • ENGL 4301 - Studies in Renaissance Lit.
    • ENGL 4304 - Renaissance Drama
    • ENGL 4401 - Studies in 18th-Century Lit.
    • ENGL 4500 - Studies in Romanticism
    • ENGL 4550 - Studies in Victorian Lit. I
    • ENGL 4551 - Studies in Victorian Lit. II
    • ENGL 4601 - Studies in Contemporary Poetry
    • ENGL 4607 - Studies in 20th-Century Lit.
    • ENGL 4608 - Studies in 20th-C British Lit.
    • ENGL 4708 - Studies in American Lit. I
    • ENGL 4709 - Studies in American Lit. II
    • ENGL 4802 - Race, Ethnicity & Canadian Lit.
    • ENGL 4806 - Studies in Canadian Lit. I
    • ENGL 4807 - Studies in Canadian Lit. II
    • ENGL 4908 - Independent Study
    • ENGL 4947 - Issues in Diaspora Lit.
    • ENGL 4960 - Aboriginal Literatures I
    • ENGL 4961 - Aboriginal Literatures II
    • ENGL 4975 - Issues in Postcolonial Theory
    • ENGL 4976 - Issues in Postcolonial Lit.


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