UMME AL-WAZEDI, Assistant Professor
B.A., M.A., Rajshahi University; M.A., Eastern Illinois; Ph.D., Purdue L.
ANN BOADEN, Adjunct Associate Professor
A.B., Augustana; M.A., Ph.D., Chicago
DAVID CROWE, Professor,
B.A., Luther; M.A., Ph.D., Minnesota
KELLY R. DANIELS, Associate Professor
B.A., San Francisco State; M.F.A., Georgia State; Ph.D., Western Michigan
MEG GILLETTE, Associate Professor, Director of the First Year Program
B.A., Iowa; M.A., Ph.D., Illinois
LAURA E. GREENE, Professor
B.A., Williams; M.A., Ph.D., Cornell
KATIE HANSON, Adjunct Instructor
B.A. Luther; M.A., St. Mary’s (Minnesota)
JOSEPH McDOWELL, Professor, Chair
B.A., M.A., Ohio State; Ph.D., North Carolina
SARAH McDOWELL, Adjunct Instructor
B.A., Augustana; M.A., Wisconsin
PAUL V. OLSEN, Professor
B.A., Luther; M.A., Ph.D., Oregon
JASON R. PETERS, Professor, Associate Chair, Dorothy J. Parkander Chair in Literature
B.A., Calvin; M.A., Ph.D., Michigan State
JOHN TAWIAH-BOATENG, Associate Professor
B.A., University of Ghana; M.A.,Dalhousie; Ph.D., Southern Illinois
REBECCA WEE, Professor
B.A., St. Olaf; M.F.A., George Mason
KARIN YOUNGBERG, Professor, Conrad Bergendoff Professor of Humanities
A.B., Augustana; M.A., Ph.D., Iowa
VIRGINIA JOHNSON, Director
B.S., Moorhead State; M.S., M.A., Oregon
MAJOR IN ENGLISH. 30 credits, , including the following ENGL courses: ENGL-270, ENGL-271, ENGL-272, ENGL-273 (taken as early as possible); three literature courses above ENGL-315; ENGL-352 or ENGL-353; ENGL-441 and ENGL-442; and one additional literature course above ENGL-315 or one writing course above 200. A student fulfilling an SI in a different major may substitute an additional literature course above ENGL-315 in place of the ENGL-441 and ENGL-442 sequence. A course may not be used to fulﬁll more than one requirement.
MAJOR IN ENGLISH--WRITING EMPHASIS. 36 credits, including the following: ENGL-270, ENGL-271, ENGL-272, and ENGL-273; ENGL-352 or ENGL-353; three literature courses above ENGL-315; ENGL-441 and ENGL-442; two ENGL or ENCW writing courses at the 300-400 level; one ENGL literature course above 315 or ENGL writing course above 200 or any ENCW course. A student fulfilling an SI in a different major may substitute an additional literature course above ENGL-315 in place of the ENGL-441 and ENGL-442 sequence.
MAJOR IN ENGLISH–CREATIVE WRITING. 34 credits, including: two courses from ENCW-201, ENCW-202, ENCW-203; ENGL-271, ENGL-272 or ENGL-273; ENCW-330 or ENCW-331; ENCW-301, ENCW-302, ENCW-303; ENCW-301, ENCW-302, or ENCW-303, or other from ENCW-330 and 331, or 300- or 400-level ENGL writing course; two literature courses above 315; an additional workshop in the student's area of focus-i.e., ENCW-301, ENCW-302, or ENCW-303 in conjunction with ENCW-490.
MINOR IN ENGLISH--CREATIVE WRITING. 18 credits, including ENGL-271, ENGL-272 and ENGL-273; two of ENCW-201, ENCW-202, and ENCW-203; one ENGL writing or ENCW course at the 300 or 400 level.
MAJOR IN TEACHING ENGLISH (ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS): Please consult the department chair of English or Education for information.
MINOR IN ENGLISH. 21 credits, including ENGL-270, ENGL-271, ENGL-272, ENGL-273; two literature courses above ENGL-315; and ENGL-352 or ENGL-353. A course may not be used to fulﬁll more than one requirement.