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The English Minor helps students develop skills in writing and critical thinking that will prove valuable in any career path.

Why pursue a minor in English?

Strong writing and critical thinking skills are invaluable assets in any career field. Courses in creative, fiction, nonfiction, business, and scientific and technical writing allow students to tailor this minor to develop skills specific to their own area of interest. Students may also choose from a wide variety of literature courses that will allow them to develop a greater understanding of culture and history along with different writing styles and techniques.

Requirements for the English Minor (ENGCC): 18 credits

Supporting Courses and Related Areas (18 credits):

Select 6 credits from ENGL 200-289

Select 6 credits from ENGL 400-493

*Select 6 additional credits in English

*English 15 and English 202 (A, B, C, or D) do not count toward the English minor

More information on the English minor (ENGCC), requirements and courses may also be found in the University Bulletin.

Students interested in pursuing the English minor at Penn State Greater Allegheny should complete the Application for the English Minor and submit it to Dr. MaryEllen Higgins at: mxh68@psu.edu.

For more information on the English minor at Penn State Greater Allegheny, contact Dr. MaryEllen Higgins at: mxh68@psu.edu.

 

The cast of "The Dream Tree," a student production based on Latin American folklore.
The cast of the spring 2009 theatre production.

On campus between Frable and Main