By studying English at Ambrose, you’ll not only become familiar with major authors, eras, movements, and literary theories, you’ll also learn to think and write with clarity and confidence. In our liberal arts setting, you’ll complement your literary studies with courses in history, philosophy, psychology, and more. You’ll develop your critical and analytical skills and build confidence in your own ideas as you discuss literary works and theories in small, seminar-style classes. Learn from experienced teachers and researchers and connect with them and your classmates as you grow personally and academically.
So here's the deal:
Take five courses per semester for four years, and you'll complete your English Literature degree
[courses are worth 3 credits and 3 x 5 x 2 x 4 = 120 credits].
A three-year [90 credit] version of this degree is also available.
Here's a sampling of the jobs our alumni have landed with this degree or entered through further studies:
- Technical writer
Travel to England, Wales, and Scotland on our Literary Landscapes tour. From London to Stonehenge, Salisbury Plain to the Lake District, you connect with literary figures such as Shakespeare, Wordsworth, and the Brontes.
Rita Dirks, PhDPositionAssociate Professor of EnglishOffice LocationL2067
Jonathan Goossen, PhDPositionChair – HumanitiesAssociate Professor of EnglishOffice LocationL2065
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