Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, English, BA

Our Bachelor of Arts in English program in Pleasantville prepares students well for exciting and challenging careers in many fields: communications, publishing, public relations, education, human resources, and industry, as well as government and the not-for-profit sector. This major fosters the development of strong analytical and communications skills and, moreover, serves as a strong foundation for graduate professional study, including in the field of law. With the special attention and guidance of faculty who are dedicated to your academic success and to helping you achieve your goals, you will find our English program intellectually stimulating, challenging, and satisfying.

An opportunity to enroll in an accelerated dual-degree program - B.A. English/M.S. Publishing, B.A. English/MST Adolescents, or B.A. English/J.D. Law - is available to qualified majors. Interested students should meet with a departmental advisor early in their first year of study.

If you're interested in teaching English, you should meet with an advisor in the University's School of Education early in your first term of study.

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