English Plan Overviews

Choose Your Plan Overview

Step One: New or Old Requirements? The new requirements apply to all students who selected an English Plan of Study after 1 May 2011; students who selected an English Plan before this date follow the old requirements.

If you are not sure which requirements apply to you, contact the Undergraduate Chair.

Step Two: Which Plan?

Plan Assessment

Use this Plan Assessment Form to keep track of the requirements you have met and the ones you still have to meet.

The English Major (Old Requirements)

Note: These regulations apply only to students who selected their English plan before 1 May 2011.

Program: Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
Plan Code: ENGL-M-BAH
Requirements: 60.0 ENGL units, plus 54.0 elective units, to a total of 114. The English Major can be combined with a Minor in another subject. To qualify for the English Major, students must distribute their ENGL units according to the following rules. At least 24.0 ENGL units must be at the 300 level or above.

Major (60.0 Units)Course Groups
1. Core Course: 6.0 units from 1A1A: Introductory Courses
ENGL 100/6.0, 110/6.0, 112/6.0, 160/6.0 (2009–2010 and earlier)
2. Option Courses
A. 18.0 units from Option List 2Ai, 2Aii, and 2Aiii, with at least 6.0 in each of two lists
2Ai: Old English Literature and Middle English Literature
ENGL 211/6.0, 305/6.0, 310/6.0, 311/6.0, 312/3.0, 313/3.0, 315/6.0, 335/6.0, 405/6.0, 410/6.0, 411/3.0, 412/3.0, 435/6.0, 436/3.0, 437/3.0
2Aii: Renaissance Literature
ENGL 221/6.0, 226/6.0, 227/3.0, 228/3.0, 256/6.0, 257/3.0, 258/3.0, 321/6.0, 323/3.0, 326/6.0, 328/3.0, 335/6.0, 336/6.0, 420/6.0, 421/3.0, 422/3.0, 435/6.0, 436/3.0, 437/3.0
2Aiii: Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Literature
ENGL 241/6.0, 330/6.0, 335/6.0, 336/6.0, 341/6.0, 342/3.0, 343/3.0, 345/6.0, 346/6.0, 352/6.0, 430/6.0, 431/3.0, 432/3.0, 435/6.0, 436/3.0, 437/3.0
2. Option Courses
B. 24.0 units from at least four of Option List 2Bi, 2Bii, 2Biii, 2Biv, 2Bv, with at least 6.0 in each of three lists
2Bi: Romantic Literature
ENGL 250/6.0, 340/6.0, 347/6.0, 349/6.0, 350/6.0, 352/6.0, 353/3.0, 354/3.0, 440/3.0, 441/3.0, 442/3.0, 445/6.0, 446/3.0, 447/3.0, 455/6.0, 456/3.0, 457/3.
2Bii: Victorian (19th-Century) Literature
ENGL 255/6.0, 347/6.0, 349/6.0, 351/6.0, 352/6.0, 355/6.0, 356/6.0, 357/6.0, 358/3.0, 359/3.0, 445/6.0, 446/3.0, 447/3.0, 450/6.0, 451/3.0, 452/3.0, 455/6.0, 456/3.0, 457/3.0
2Biii: Modern British Literature and American Literature
ENGL 216/6.0, 223/3.0, 244/3.0, 245/3.0, 260/6.0, 261/3.0, 262/3.0, 265/3.0, 269/6.0, 275/6.0, 347/6.0, 349/6.0, 360/6.0, 361/3.0, 362/3.0, 365/6.0, 366/6.0, 367/3.0, 368/3.0, 369/6.0, 370/6.0, 375/6.0, 377/3.0, 378/3.0, 460/6.0, 461/3.0, 462/3.0, 464/6.0, 470/6.0, 471/3.0, 472/3.0, 485/6.0, 486/3.0, 487/3.0, 488/3.0, 489/3.0
2Biv: Postcolonial, Canadian, and Comparative Literatures
ENGL 215/6.0, 217/6.0, 219/6.0, 280/6.0, 282 /6.0, 283 /6.0, 284/3.0, 285/3.0, 380/6.0, 381/3.0, 382/6.0, 383/3.0, 384/3.0, 385/3.0, 386/3.0, 388/3.0, 389/6.0, 465/6.0, 466/3.0, 467/3.0, 475/6.0, 476/3.0, 477/3.0, 480/6.0, 481/3.0, 482/3.0, 485/6.0, 486/3.0, 487/3.0, 488/3.0, 489/3.0
2Bv: Literary Theory and Literary Criticism (recommended for majors)
ENGL 292/6.0, 393/6.0, 394/6.0, 396/3.0, 397/3.0, 398/3.0, 399/3.0, 490/6.0, 491/3.0, 492/3.0, 493/3.0, 494/3.0, 495/6.0, 496/3.0, 497/3.0, 498/3.0, 499/3.0
2. Option Courses
C. 12.0 free units. These may consist of any ENGL units at the 200 level or above, or of certain courses in other subjects.
Courses in other subjects that may count towards ENGL plans
CLST 203/3.0, 311/3.0, 312/3.0
CWRI 293/3.0, 294/3.0, 295/3.0, 296/3.0
DRAM 303/3.0, 305/3.0, 306/3.0, 381/3.0
GNDS 335/3.0, 370/3.0, 428/6.0, 432/6.0
GRMN 251/3.0, 252/3.0
IDIS 200/6.0, 303/3.0, 304/3.0, 305/3.0
INTS 301/3.0, 321/3.0, 322/3.0
ITLN 210/3.0, 215/3.0, 232/3.0, 233/3.0, 234/3.0, 257/3.0
LING 100/6.0, 202/3.0, 205/3.0, 310/3.0, 320/3.0, 330/3.0, 340/3.0
PHIL 271/3.0
RELS 238/3.0
SPAN 316/3.0

Note: All of these courses count in ENGL plans as 200-level equivalents, regardless of their course number.

Recommendations

The Department recommends that English Majors take the following number of ENGL units each year:

Year 1: 6.0 100-level units
Year 2: 18.0 200-level units
Year 3: 12.0 200-level units + 6.0 300-level units
Year 4: 18.0 units at the 300-level or above (all 400-level units where possible)
24.0 ENGL units at the 300 level or above are required.

The Department also recommends that Majors take ENGL 292/6.0 Introduction to Literary Theory and Criticism or 6.0 units from the range ENGL 495–499.

Plan Assessment

Use this Plan Assessment Form to keep track of the requirements you have met and the ones you still have to meet.

The English Medial (Old Requirements)

Note: These regulations apply only to students who selected their English plan before 1 May 2011.

Program: Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
Plan Code: ENGLXXXX-A or XXXXENGL-A (where XXXX stands for the code of the other Medial subject)
Requirements: 42.0 ENGL units in combination with a medial plan in another subject, plus sufficient electives to total 114 units. To qualify for the English Medial, students must distribute their ENGL units according to the following rules. At least 12.0 ENGL units must be at the 300 level or above.

Medial (42.0 Units)Course Groups
1. Core Course: 6.0 units from 1A1A: Introductory Courses
ENGL 100/6.0, 110/6.0, 112/6.0, 160/6.0 (2009–2010 and earlier)
2. Option Courses
A. 12.0 units from Option List 2Ai, 2Aii, and 2Aiii, with either 6.0 in each of two lists or at least 3.0 in each of three lists
2Ai: Old English Literature and Middle English Literature
ENGL 211/6.0, 305/6.0, 310/6.0, 311/6.0, 312/3.0, 313/3.0, 315/6.0, 335/6.0, 405/6.0, 410/6.0, 411/3.0, 412/3.0, 435/6.0, 436/3.0, 437/3.0
2Aii: Renaissance Literature
ENGL 221/6.0, 226/6.0, 227/3.0, 228/3.0, 256/6.0, 257/3.0, 258/3.0, 321/6.0, 323/3.0, 326/6.0, 328/3.0, 335/6.0, 336/6.0, 420/6.0, 421/3.0, 422/3.0, 435/6.0, 436/3.0, 437/3.0
2Aiii: Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Literature
ENGL 241/6.0, 330/6.0, 335/6.0, 336/6.0, 341/6.0, 342/3.0, 343/3.0, 345/6.0, 346/6.0, 352/6.0, 430/6.0, 431/3.0, 432/3.0, 435/6.0, 436/3.0, 437/3.0
2. Option Courses
B. 18.0 units from at least three of Option List 2Bi, 2Bii, 2Biii, 2Biv, 2Bv, with at least 6.0 in each of two lists
2Bi: Romantic Literature
ENGL 250/6.0, 340/6.0, 347/6.0, 349/6.0, 350/6.0, 352/6.0, 353/3.0, 354/3.0, 440/3.0, 441/3.0, 442/3.0, 445/6.0, 446/3.0, 447/3.0, 455/6.0, 456/3.0, 457/3.
2Bii: Victorian (19th-Century) Literature
ENGL 255/6.0, 347/6.0, 349/6.0, 351/6.0, 352/6.0, 355/6.0, 356/6.0, 357/6.0, 358/3.0, 359/3.0, 445/6.0, 446/3.0, 447/3.0, 450/6.0, 451/3.0, 452/3.0, 455/6.0, 456/3.0, 457/3.0
2Biii: Modern British Literature and American Literature
ENGL 216/6.0, 223/3.0, 244/3.0, 245/3.0, 260/6.0, 261/3.0, 262/3.0, 265/3.0, 269/6.0, 275/6.0, 347/6.0, 349/6.0, 360/6.0, 361/3.0, 362/3.0, 365/6.0, 366/6.0, 367/3.0, 368/3.0, 369/6.0, 370/6.0, 375/6.0, 377/3.0, 378/3.0, 460/6.0, 461/3.0, 462/3.0, 464/6.0, 470/6.0, 471/3.0, 472/3.0, 485/6.0, 486/3.0, 487/3.0, 488/3.0, 489/3.0
2Biv: Postcolonial, Canadian, and Comparative Literatures
ENGL 215/6.0, 217/6.0, 219/6.0, 280/6.0, 282 /6.0, 283 /6.0, 284/3.0, 285/3.0, 380/6.0, 381/3.0, 382/6.0, 383/3.0, 384/3.0, 385/3.0, 386/3.0, 388/3.0, 389/6.0, 465/6.0, 466/3.0, 467/3.0, 475/6.0, 476/3.0, 477/3.0, 480/6.0, 481/3.0, 482/3.0, 485/6.0, 486/3.0, 487/3.0, 488/3.0, 489/3.0
2Bv: Literary Theory and Literary Criticism (recommended for majors)
ENGL 292/6.0, 393/6.0, 394/6.0, 396/3.0, 397/3.0, 398/3.0, 399/3.0, 490/6.0, 491/3.0, 492/3.0, 493/3.0, 494/3.0, 495/6.0, 496/3.0, 497/3.0, 498/3.0, 499/3.0
2. Option Courses
C. 6.0 free units. These may consist of any ENGL units at the 200 level or above, or of certain courses in other subjects.
Courses in other subjects that may count towards ENGL plans
CLST 203/3.0, 311/3.0, 312/3.0
CWRI 293/3.0, 294/3.0, 295/3.0, 296/3.0
DRAM 303/3.0, 305/3.0, 306/3.0, 381/3.0
GNDS 335/3.0, 370/3.0, 428/6.0, 432/6.0
GRMN 251/3.0, 252/3.0
IDIS 200/6.0, 303/3.0, 304/3.0, 305/3.0
INTS 301/3.0, 321/3.0, 322/3.0
ITLN 210/3.0, 215/3.0, 232/3.0, 233/3.0, 234/3.0, 257/3.0
LING 100/6.0, 202/3.0, 205/3.0, 310/3.0, 320/3.0, 330/3.0, 340/3.0
PHIL 271/3.0
RELS 238/3.0
SPAN 316/3.0

Note: All of these courses count in ENGL plans as 200-level equivalents, regardless of their course number.

Recommendations

The Department recommends that English Medials take the following number of ENGL units each year:

Year 1: 6.0 100-level units
Year 2: 12.0 200-level units
Year 3: 12.0 200-level untis
Year 4: 12.0 units at the 300 level or above
12.0 ENGL units at the 300 level or above are required.

The Department also recommends that Medials take ENGL 292/6.0 Introduction to Literary Theory and Criticism or 6.0 units from the range ENGL 495–499.

Plan Assessment

Use this Plan Assessment Form to keep track of the requirements you have met and the ones you still have to meet.

The English Minor (Old Requirements)

Note: These regulations apply only to students who selected their English plan before 1 May 2011.

Program: Bachelor of Arts (Honours) or Bachelor of Arts (General)
Plan Code: ENGL-Y (Honours BA) or ENGL-G-BA (General BA)
Requirements: 30.0 ENGL units. When combined with a Major in another subject plus sufficient electives to total 114 units, the Minor leads to a BA (Honours). The Minor, with sufficient electives to total 90 units, is sufficient for a General BA. To qualify for the English Minor, students must distribute their ENGL units according to the following rules.

Minors with a minimum grade of B+ in at least 18.0 previous ENGL units may take 6.0 units at the 300 level, if space permits. Minors are not eligible to take 400-level ENGL courses.

Minor (30.0 Units)Course Groups
1. Core Course: 6.0 units from 1A1A: Introductory Courses
ENGL 100/6.0, 110/6.0, 112/6.0, 160/6.0 (2009–2010 and earlier)
2. Option Courses
A. 6.0 units from Option List 2Ai, 2Aii
2Ai: Old English Literature and Middle English Literature
ENGL 211/6.0, 310/6.0, 311/6.0, 315/6.0, 335/6.0
2Aii: Renaissance Literature
ENGL 221/6.0, 226/6.0, 227/3.0, 228/3.0, 256/6.0, 257/3.0, 258/3.0, 321/6.0, 326/6.0, 335/6.0, 336/6.0
2. Option Courses
B. 6.0 units from 2Bi, 2Bii, and 2Biii
2Bi: Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Literature
ENGL 241/6.0, 330/6.0, 335/6.0, 336/6.0, 352/6.0
2Bii: Romantic Literature
ENGL 250/6.0, 340/6.0, 347/6.0, 349/6.0, 352/6.0
2Biii: Victorian (19th-Century) Literature
ENGL 255/6.0, 347/6.0, 349/6.0, 351/6.0, 352/6.0, 356/6.0, 357/6.0
Note: Because few courses from these lists are currently offered at the 200 level, and because many Minors do not have access to 300-level courses, Minors may substitute an additional 6.0 ENGL units at the 200 level for requirement 2B.
2. Option Courses
C. 6.0 units from 2Ci, 2Cii
2Ci: Modern British Literature and American Literature
ENGL 216/6.0, 223/3.0, 244/3.0, 245/3.0, 260/6.0, 261/3.0, 262/3.0, 265/3.0, 269/6.0, 275/6.0, 347/6.0, 349/6.0, 360/6.0, 365/6.0, 369/6.0, 370/6.0, 375/6.0
2Cii: Postcolonial, Canadian, and Comparative Literatures
ENGL 215/6.0, 217/6.0, 219/6.0, 280/6.0, 282/6.0, 283/6.0, 284/3.0, 285/3.0, 380/6.0, 382/6.0, 389/6.0
2. Option Courses
D. 6.0 free units. These may consist of any ENGL units at the 200 level or above, or of certain courses in other subjects.
Courses in other subjects that may count towards ENGL plans
CLST 203/3.0, 311/3.0, 312/3.0
CWRI 293/3.0, 294/3.0, 295/3.0, 296/3.0
DRAM 303/3.0, 305/3.0, 306/3.0, 381/3.0
GNDS 335/3.0, 370/3.0, 428/6.0, 432/6.0
GRMN 251/3.0, 252/3.0
IDIS 200/6.0, 303/3.0, 304/3.0, 305/3.0
INTS 301/3.0, 321/3.0, 322/3.0
ITLN 210/3.0, 215/3.0, 232/3.0, 233/3.0, 234/3.0, 257/3.0
LING 100/6.0, 202/3.0, 205/3.0, 310/3.0, 320/3.0, 330/3.0, 340/3.0
PHIL 271/3.0
RELS 238/3.0
SPAN 316/3.0

Plan Assessment

Use this Plan Assessment Form to keep track of the requirements you have met and the ones you still have to meet.

The English Major

Program: Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
Plan Code: ENGL-M-BAH
Requirements: 60.0 ENGL units, plus 54.0 elective units, to a total of 114. The English Major can be combined with a Minor in another subject. To qualify for the English Major, students must take the following core and option courses.

Core and Option CoursesCourse NumbersCourse Title and/or Content
Core Courses
Core Course 1AEnglish 100/6.0“Introduction to the Study of Literature”
Core Course 1BEnglish 200/6.0“History of Literature in English”
Core Course 1CEnglish 290/3.0“Seminar in Literary Interpretation”
Core Course 1D6.0 units from English 305–339Group I small lecture requirement (pre-1800 literature)
Core Course 1E6.0 units from English 340–359Group II small lecture requirement (c. 1780–1920)
Core Course 1F6.0 units from English 360–389Group III small lecture requirement (post-1900 literature)
Core Course 1G3.0 units from English 405–459Group I & II seminar requirement (pre-1900 literature)
Core Course 1H3.0 units from English 460–499Group III & IV seminar requirement (post-1900 literature or transhistorical/theory)
Option Courses
Option Courses 2A9.0 units from ENGL at the 400 level or ENGL 590/3.0400-level seminars that supplement Core Requirements 1G and 1H. ENGL 590/3.0, the senior essay option, can also count toward this requirement.
Option Courses 2B12.0 ENGL units at the 200 level or above or certain courses in other subjectsSurveys and 200-level courses that focus on specific genres, authors, issues, or themes.

Courses in other subjects that may count towards ENGL plans
CLST 203/3.0, 311/3.0, 312/3.0
CWRI 293/3.0, 294/3.0, 295/3.0, 296/3.0
DRAM 303/3.0, 305/3.0, 306/3.0, 381/3.0
GNDS 335/3.0, 370/3.0, 428/6.0, 432/6.0
GRMN 251/3.0, 252/3.0
IDIS 200/6.0, 303/3.0, 304/3.0, 305/3.0
INTS 301/3.0, 321/3.0, 322/3.0
ITLN 210/3.0, 215/3.0, 232/3.0, 233/3.0, 234/3.0, 257/3.0
LING 100/6.0, 202/3.0, 205/3.0, 310/3.0, 320/3.0, 330/3.0, 340/3.0
PHIL 271/3.0
RELS 238/3.0
SPAN 316/3.0

Substitutions

A. Students who fulfil core course requirement 1A with ENGL 110/6.0 must substitute for core courses 1B (ENGL 200/6) and 1C (ENGL 290/3) any 9.0 ENGL units at the 200 level or above.

B. Students who fulfil core course requirement 1A with ENGL 112/6.0 or ENGL 160/6.0 (2009–10 or earlier) must substitute for core course 1C (ENGL 290/3) any 3.0 ENGL units at the 200 level or above.

Recommendations

The Department recommends that Majors take the following number of ENGL units each year:

Year 1: 6.0 100-level units (ENGL100)
Year 2: 18.0–21.0 200-level units (ENGL 200/6.0 and 290/3.0, plus 9.0–12.0 additional ENGL units)
Year 3: 18.0 300-level units
Year 4: 15.0 400-level units + any remaining Option units at the 200-level or above

The Department also recommends that Majors take ENGL 292/6.0 Introduction to Literary Theory and Criticism or 6.0 units from the range ENGL 495–499.

Plan Assessment

Use this Plan Assessment Form to keep track of the requirements you have met and the ones you still have to meet.

The English Medial

Program: Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
Plan Code: ENGLXXXX-A or XXXXENGL-A (where XXXX stands for the code of the other Medial subject)
Requirements: 42.0 ENGL units in combination with a medial plan in another subject, plus sufficient electives to total 114 units. To qualify for the English Medial, students must distribute their ENGL units according to the following rules.

Core and Option CoursesCourse NumbersCourse Title and/or Content
Core Courses
Core Course 1AEnglish 100/6.0“Introduction to the Study of Literature”
Core Course 1BEnglish 200/6.0“History of Literature in English”
Core Course 1CEnglish 290/3.0“Seminar in Literary Interpretation”
Core Course 1D6.0 units from English 305–339Group I small lecture requirement (pre-1800 literature)
Core Course 1E6.0 units from English 340–389Group II & III small lecture requirement (post-1800 literature)
Option Courses
Option Courses 2A6.0 ENGL units at the 200 level or above or certain courses in other subjectsSurveys and 200-level courses that focus on specific genres, authors, issues, or themes.

Courses in other subjects that may count towards ENGL plans
CLST 203/3.0, 311/3.0, 312/3.0
CWRI 293/3.0, 294/3.0, 295/3.0, 296/3.0
DRAM 303/3.0, 305/3.0, 306/3.0, 381/3.0
GNDS 335/3.0, 370/3.0, 428/6.0, 432/6.0
GRMN 251/3.0, 252/3.0
IDIS 200/6.0, 303/3.0, 304/3.0, 305/3.0
INTS 301/3.0, 321/3.0, 322/3.0
ITLN 210/3.0, 215/3.0, 232/3.0, 233/3.0, 234/3.0, 257/3.0
LING 100/6.0, 202/3.0, 205/3.0, 310/3.0, 320/3.0, 330/3.0, 340/3.0
PHIL 271/3.0
RELS 238/3.0
SPAN 316/3.0

Option Courses 2B3.0 ENGL units at the 200 level or aboveOne 200- or 400-level half course.
Option Courses 2C6.0 units from ENGL at the 400 level400-level seminars

Substitutions

A. Students who fulfil core course requirement 1A with ENGL 110/6.0 must substitute for core courses 1B (ENGL 200/6.0) and 1C (ENGL 290/3.0) any 9.0 ENGL units at the 200-level or above.

B. Students who fulfil core course requirement 1A with ENGL 112/6.0 or ENGL 160/6.0 (2009–10 or earlier) must substitute for core course 1C (ENGL 290/3.0) any 3.0 ENGL units at the 200 level or above.

Recommendations

The Department recommends that Medials take the following number of ENGL units each year:

Year 1: 6.0 100-level units (ENGL100)
Year 2: 12.0 200-level units (ENGL 200/6.0 and 290/3.0, plus 3.0 additional ENGL units)
Year 3: 12.0 300-level units
Year 4: 6.0 400-level units + any remaining Option units at the 200 level or above

The Department also recommends that Medials take ENGL 292/6.0 Introduction to Literary Theory and Criticism or 6.0 units from the range ENGL 495–499.

Plan Assessment

Use this Plan Assessment Form to keep track of the requirements you have met and the ones you still have to meet.

The English Minor

Program: Bachelor of Arts (Honours) or Bachelor of Arts (General)
Plan Code: ENGL-Y (Honours BA) or ENGL-G-BA (General BA)
Requirements: 30.0 ENGL units. When combined with a Major in another subject plus sufficient electives to total 114 units, the Minor leads to a BA (Honours). The Minor, with sufficient electives to total 90 units, is sufficient for a General BA. To qualify for the English Minor, students must distribute their ENGL units according to the following rules.

Minors with a minimum grade of B+ in at least 18.0 previous ENGL units may take 6.0 units at the 300 level, if space permits. Minors are not eligible to take 400-level ENGL courses.

Core and Option CoursesCourse NumbersCourse Title and/or Content
Core Courses
Core Course 1AEnglish 100/6.0“Introduction to the Study of Literature”
Core Course 1BEnglish 200/6.0“History of Literature in English”
Option Courses
Option Courses 2A6.0 ENGL units at the 200 level or above or certain courses in other subjectsSurveys and 200-level courses that focus on specific genres, authors, issues, or themes.

Courses in other subjects that may count towards ENGL plans
CLST 203/3.0, 311/3.0, 312/3.0
CWRI 293/3.0, 294/3.0, 295/3.0, 296/3.0
DRAM 305/3.0, 306/3.0, 381/3.0
GNDS 335/3.0, 370/3.0, 428/6.0, 432/6.0
GRMN 251/3.0, 252/3.0, 323/3.0, 324/3.0, 331/3.0
IDIS 200/6.0, 303/3.0, 304/3.0, 305/3.0
INTS 301/3.0, 321/3.0, 322/3.0
ITLN 210/3.0, 215/3.0, 232/3.0, 233/3.0, 234/3.0, 257/3.0
LING 100/6.0, 202/3.0, 205/3.0, 310/3.0, 320/3.0, 330/3.0, 340/3.0
PHIL 271/3.0
RELS 238/3.0
SPAN 316/3.0

Note: All of these courses count in ENGL plans as 200-level equivalents, regardless of their course number.

Option Courses 2B12.0 ENGL units at the 200 level or aboveSurveys and 200-level courses that focus on specific genres, authors, issues, or themes.

Substitutions

Students who fulfil core course requirement 1A with ENGL 110/6.0 must substitute for core course 1B (ENGL 200/6.0) an additional 6.0 units of ENGL option courses at the 200 level or above.

Recommendations

The Department recommends that Minors take the following number of ENGL units each year:

Year 1: 6.0 100-level units (ENGL100)
Year 2: 6.0–12.0 200-level units
Year 3: 6.0 200-level units
Year 4: 6.0 200-level units + any remaining Option units at the 200-level or above

200-level option courses available to Minors are organized into the following categories: Surveys (201–229), Genre (230–249), Authors in Context (250–269), Issues and Themes (270–289). It is recommended that students take courses from a range of these categories.