Department of Languages and Literatures

English Program

Phone: 262-472-1036 E-Mail: english@uww.edu

Foreign Language Program

Phone: 262-472-1033 E-Mail: forlang@uww.edu

ENGLISH

Faculty: Marilyn Annucci, Michael Bennett, Ellen Boldt, Karen Buckley, John Carlberg, Erin Celello, Marilyn Durham (Chairperson), Mary Ann Emery, Delphine Fongang, Deborah Fratz, Hala Ghoneim, Jian Guo, Anna Hajdik, Susan Huss-Lederman, Rossitza Ivanova, Jonathan Ivry, Donald Jellerson, Tanya Kam, Elizabeth Kim, Matthew Lange, Mark Lencho, Elena Levy-Navarro, Michael Longrie, Beth Lueck, John McGuigan, Pilar Melero, Jim Miller, Geneva Moore, Patrick Moran, Kathleen Newport, Richard Oehling, Manuel Ossers, Olesya Ostapenko, Jodi Piwoni, Dana Prodoehl, Majorie Rhine, Dale Ritterbusch, Asmahan Sallah, Joan Schwarz, Jennifer Thomson, Janine Tobeck, Alison Townsend, Jonathon Walter, Holly Wilson, Trudi Witonsky, Mark Zunac.

The term “English” encompasses several related areas including the study of the English language, the practical skills of using it, and the literature created from it. The department offers courses in basic and advanced language skills, including technical and creative writing; for students with special needs, reading and writing laboratories and developmental courses are available. Literature courses offer instruction in the understanding and analysis of “classic,” popular, and contemporary works, including Continental and Asian, and their historical and cultural contexts. A student majoring or minoring in English may opt for the traditional liberal arts program, an education program, a writing emphasis or a professional writing and book publishing emphasis. By developing the practical ability to think clearly, to read intelligently, and to write effectively, a major in English provides excellent preparation for business, teaching, government and professions such as law and medicine. In addition, we offer minors in English as a Second Language for those who plan to work with non-native speakers.

In preparation for graduate study in English, students should consult the requirements of the graduate school which they plan to attend. Those anticipating graduate study should plan to study a foreign language at the undergraduate level since that is often a graduate requirement.

For information on English placement testing, see index.

MAJORS/EMPHASES

ENGLISH 101, 102, 105, 161, and 162 do not count toward an English major or minor; however, English 102 or 162, or 105 is a prerequisite for all upper division English courses.

A student majoring in English may select from areas: Literature, Writing, Professional Writing and Book Publishing, Education or Writing Education.

Liberal arts students majoring in English are urged to fulfill the upperclass writing requirements as early as possible and to complete at least one year’s work in a modern foreign language. Valuable adjuncts to the English major are courses in library science, journalism, speech, theatre, public relations, or business.

ENGLISH LITERATURE (BA/BS)

MAJOR - 36 UNITS

1. ENGLISH 206 OR ENGLISH 216

2. ENGLISH 226 OR ENGLISH 236

3. ENGLISH 271

4. ENGLISH 251 OR ENGLISH 252

5. ENGLISH 281, ENGLISH 378, OR ENGLISH 379

6. ENGLISH 401, ENGLISH 402, ENGLISH 412 OR ENGLISH 414

7. ENGLISH 416, ENGLISH 420, ENGLISH 341 OR ENGLISH 342

8. ENGLISH 347, ENGLISH 348, ENGLISH 360 OR ENGLISH 363

9. ENGLISH 345, ENGLISH 368, ENGLISH 369, ENGLISH 463 OR ENGLISH 464

10. ENGLISH 321, ENGLISH 322, ENGLISH 323 OR ENGLISH 324

11. ENGLISH 300, ENGLISH 404, ENGLISH 405 OR ENGLISH 460

12. ENGLISH 483

AN APPROVED MINOR IS REQUIRED FOR THIS MAJOR

CREATIVE WRITING (BA/BS)

MAJOR - 36 UNITS

1. ENGLISH 271 AND ENGLISH 274

2. ENGLISH 281, ENGLISH 378 AND ENGLISH 488

3. SELECT 6 UNITS FROM COURSES ENGLISH 372, ENGLISH 373, ENGLISH 375, ENGLISH 376, ENGLISH 377, ENGLISH 379, ENGLISH 383

4. SELECT 6 UNITS FROM COURSES ENGLISH 477, ENGLISH 478, ENGLISH 479, ENGLISH 490, ENGLISH 493

5. SELECT 9 ELECTIVE UNITS FROM ENGLISH LITERATURE (COURSE LEVEL 200, 300 OR 400)

WRITING PROFICIENCY - 3 UNITS

1. ENGLISH 271

 

AN APPROVED MINOR IS REQUIRED FOR THIS MAJOR

PROFESSIONAL WRITING AND BOOK PUBLISHING (BA/BS)

MAJOR - 36 UNITS

1. ENGLISH 230, ENGLISH 281, ENGLISH 330, ENGLISH 372, ENGLISH 378, ENGLISH 430

2. SELECT 6 UNITS FROM ENGLISH LITERATURE COURSES 200 LEVEL OR ABOVE

3. SELECT 3 UNITS FROM AN ENGLISH LITERATURE COURSE 300 LEVEL OR ABOVE

4. SELECT 6 UNITS FROM ENGLISH 274, ENGLISH 332, ENGLISH 373, ENGLISH 375, ENGLISH 376, ENGLISH 377, ENGLISH 379, ENGLISH 436, ENGLISH 477, ENGLISH 478, ENGLISH 479, ENGLISH 488, ENGLISH 490, ENGLISH 493, ARTSTDIO 222, ARTSTDIO 287, MARKETNG 311

5. SELECT 3 ELECTIVE UNITS FROM AN ENGLISH COURSE 200 LEVEL OR ABOVE

UNIQUE REQUIREMENTS

3 UNITS FROM ARTSTDIO 180 OR ARTSTDIO 102

ENGLISH EDUCATION (BSE)

LICENSURE - 38 UNITS

1. SECNDED 426, SECONDED 466

2. FOUNDATIONS BLOCK: EDFOUND 243, EDFOUND 212, AND EDFNDPRC 210

3A. ALTERNATE-LEVEL STUDENT TEACHING: CIFLD 402 OR CIFLD 404

3B. STUDENT TEACHING: SELECT 2 UNITS FROM CIFLD 402 AND 12 UNITS FROM CIFLD 412 OR CIFLD 414

4. EDFOUND 425

5. FIELD STUDY: SELECT 3 UNITS FROM CIFLD 492

6. SPECED 205

MAJOR - 36 UNITS

1. ENGLISH 271, ENGLISH 281, ENGLISH 310, ENGLISH 471

2. ENGLISH 404 OR ENGLISH 405

3. ENGLISH 206 OR ENGLISH 401 OR ENGLISH 402 OR ENGLISH 412 OR ENGLISH 414

4. ENGLISH 216 OR ENGLISH 226 OR ENGLISH 315 OR ENGLISH 341 OR ENGLISH 342 OR ENGLISH 416 OR ENGLISH 420 OR ENGLISH 463

5. ENGLISH 236 OR ENGLISH 346 OR ENGLISH 347 OR ENGLISH 348 OR ENGLISH 353, ENGLISH 352 OR ENGLISH 354 OR ENGLISH 360 OR ENGLISH 363 OR ENGLISH 464

6. ENGLISH 265 OR ENGLISH 345 OR ENGLISH 368 OR ENGLISH 369

7. ENGLISH 381 OR ENGLISH 382 OR ENGLISH 383 OR ENGLISH 385

8. ENGLISH 483

9. SELECT 3 ELECTIVE UNITS FROM ENGLISH (COURSE LEVEL 200 OR ABOVE)

AN APPROVED MINOR IS REQUIRED FOR THIS MAJOR

FRENCH (BA/BS)

MAJOR - 26 UNITS BEYOND 252

1. SELECT 6 UNITS OF FRENCH LITERATURE COURSES NUMBERED 400 (FRENCH 493, FRENCH 496, FRENCH 497, FRENCH 498 ONLY WITH DEPARTMENTAL APPROVAL)

2. FRENCH 340 OR FRENCH 350

3. SELECT 17 UNITS OF FRENCH BEYOND FRENCH 252

WRITING PROFICIENCY - 3 UNITS

1. ENGLISH 370

 

AN APPROVED MINOR IS REQUIRED FOR THIS MAJOR

FRENCH (BSE)

LICENSURE - 38 UNITS

1. SECNDED 466

2. EDFOUND 243 OR EDFOUND 445

3. EDFNDPRC 210

4. STUDENT TEACHING SELECT 2 UNITS FROM CIFLD 402 AND 12 UNITS FROM CIFLD 414 OR SELECT 2 UNITS FROM CIFLD 404 AND 12 UNITS FROM CIFLD 412

5. SECNDED 427

6. EDFOUND 212 AND EDFOUND 425

7. SELECT 3 UNITS FROM COURSE CIFLD 492

8. SPECED 205

MAJOR - 26 UNITS BEYOND 252

1. SELECT 6 UNITS OF FRENCH LITERATURE COURSES NUMBERED 400 (FRENCH 493, FRENCH 496, FRENCH 497, FRENCH 498 ONLY WITH DEPARTMENTAL APPROVAL)

2. FRENCH 310

3. FRENCH 340 OR FRENCH 350

4. SELECT 14 UNITS OF FRENCH BEYOND FRENCH 252

MAJOR - LICENSURE

1. STUDENTS WHO ENTERED COLLEGE AFTER 7-1-87 OR UW-W AFTER 7-1-88 SHOULD BE AWARE OF FOREIGN RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT; SEE Advisor FOR INFO

WRITING PROFICIENCY - 3 UNITS

1. ENGLISH 370

 

AN APPROVED MINOR IS REQUIRED FOR THIS MAJOR

GERMAN (BA/BS)

MAJOR - 26 UNITS BEYOND 252

1. SELECT 6 UNITS OF GERMAN LITERATURE COURSES NUMBERED 400 (GERMAN 493, GERMAN 496, GERMAN 497 AND GERMAN 498 ONLY WITH DEPARTMENTAL APPROVAL)

2. GERMAN 350

3. SELECT 17 UNITS OF GERMAN BEYOND GERMAN 252

WRITING PROFICIENCY - 3 UNITS

1. ENGLISH 370

 

AN APPROVED MINOR IS REQUIRED FOR THIS MAJOR

GERMAN (BSE)

LICENSURE - 38 UNITS

1. SECNDED 466

2. EDFOUND 243 OR EDFOUND 445

3. EDFNDPRC 210

4. STUDENT TEACHING SELECT 2 UNITS FROM CIFLD 402 AND 12 UNITS FROM CIFLD 414 OR SELECT 2 UNITS FROM CIFLD 404 AND 12 UNITS FROM CIFLD 412

5. SECNDED 427

6. EDFOUND 212 AND EDFOUND 425

7. SELECT 3 UNITS FROM COURSE CIFLD 492

8. SPECED 205

MAJOR - 26 UNITS BEYOND 252

1. SELECT 6 UNITS OF GERMAN LITERATURE COURSES NUMBERED 400 (GERMAN 493, GERMAN 496, GERMAN 497 AND GERMAN 498 ONLY WITH DEPARTMENTAL APPROVAL)

2. GERMAN 310

3. GERMAN 350

4. SELECT 14 UNITS OF GERMAN BEYOND GERMAN 252

MAJOR - LICENSURE

1. STUDENTS WHO ENTERED COLLEGE AFTER 7-1-87 OR UW-W AFTER 7-1-88 SHOULD BE AWARE OF FOREIGN RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT; SEE Advisor FOR INFO

WRITING PROFICIENCY - 3 UNITS

1. ENGLISH 370

 

AN APPROVED MINOR IS REQUIRED FOR THIS MAJOR

SPANISH BA/BS)

MAJOR - 26 UNITS BEYOND 252

1. SELECT 6 UNITS OF SPANISH LITERATURE COURSES NUMBER 400 (SPANISH 493, SPANISH 496, SPANIS 497 AND SPANISH 498 ONLY WITH DEPARTMENTAL APPROVAL

2. SPANISH 350 OR SPANISH 360

3. SELECT 17 UNITS OF SPANISH BEYOND SPANISH 252

WRITING PROFICIENCY - 3 UNITS

1. ENGLISH 370

 

AN APPROVED MINOR IS REQUIRED FOR THIS MAJOR

SPANISH (BSE)

LICENSURE - 38 UNITS

1. SECNDED 466

2. EDFOUND 243 OR EDFOUND 445

3. EDFNDPRC 210

4. STUDENT TEACHING SELECT 2 UNITS FROM CIFLD 402 AND 12 UNITS FROM CIFLD 414 OR SELECT 2 UNITS FROM CIFLD 404 AND 12 UNITS FROM CIFLD 412

5. SECNDED 427

6. EDFOUND 212 AND EDFOUND 425

7. SELECT 3 UNITS FROM COURSE CIFLD 492

8. SPECED 205

MAJOR - 26 UNITS BEYOND 252

1. SELECT 6 UNITS OF SPANISH LITERATURE COURSES NUMBERED 400 (SPANISH 493, SPANISH 496, SPANISH 497 AND SPANISH 498 ONLY WITH DEPARTMENTAL APPROVAL)

2. SPANISH 310

3. SPANISH 350 OR SPANISH 360

4. SELECT 14 UNITS OF SPANISH BEYOND SPANISH 252

MAJOR - LICENSURE

1. STUDENTS WHO ENTERED COLLEGE AFTER 7-1-87 OR UW-W AFTER 7-1-88 SHOULD BE AWARE OF FOREIGN RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT; SEE Advisor FOR INFO

WRITING PROFICIENCY - 3 UNITS

1. ENGLISH 370

 

AN APPROVED MINOR IS REQUIRED FOR THIS MAJOR

MINORS/EMPHASES

ENGLISH

MINOR - 24 UNITS

1. ENGLISH 271, ENGLISH 281 OR ENGLISH 378 OR ENGLISH 379

2. ENGLISH 206 OR ENGLISH 401 OR ENGLISH 402 OR ENGLISH 412 OR ENGLISH 414

3. ENGLISH 216 OR ENGLISH 226 OR ENGLISH 315 OR ENGLISH 341 OR ENGLISH 342 OR ENGLISH 416 OR ENGLISH 420

4. ENGLISH 236 OR ENGLISH 346 OR ENGLISH 347 OR ENGLISH 348 OR ENGLISH 353 OR ENGLISH 360 OR ENGLISH 363

5. ENGLISH 345 OR ENGLISH 368 OR ENGLISH 369 OR ENGLISH 463 OR ENGLISH 464

6. ENGLISH 321 OR ENGLISH 322 OR ENGLISH 323 OR ENGLISH 324

7. SELECT 3 UNITS FROM LITERATURE COURSE 200 OR ABOVE

ENGLISH EDUCATION EMPHASIS*

MINOR - 24 UNITS

1. ENGLISH 271, ENGLISH 281, ENGLISH 404 OR ENGLISH 405, AND ENGLISH 471

2. ENGLISH 206 OR ENGLISH 401 OR ENGLISH 402 OR ENGLISH 412 OR ENGLISH 414

3. ENGLISH 216 OR ENGLISH 226 OR ENGLISH 315 OR ENGLISH 341 OR ENGLISH 342 OR ENGLISH 416 OR ENGLISH 420 OR ENGLISH 463

4. ENGLISH 236 OR ENGLISH 265 OR ENGLISH 345 OR ENGLISH 346 OR ENGLISH 347 OR ENGLISH 348 OR ENGLISH 353 OR ENGLISH 360 OR ENGLISH 363 OR ENGLISH 368 OR ENGLISH 369 OR ENGLISH 464

5. ENGLISH 310 OR ENGLISH 381 OR ENGLISH 382 OR ENGLISH 383 OR ENGLISH 385

ENGLISH WRITING EMPHASIS

MINOR - 24 UNITS

1. SELECT 6 UNITS FROM COURSES ENGLISH 271, ENGLISH 274, ENGLISH 281 AND ENGLISH 378

2. SELECT 6 UNITS FROM COURSES ENGLISH 372, ENGLISH 373, ENGLISH 375, ENGLISH 376, ENGLISH 383, ENGLISH 377, ENGLISH 379

3. SELECT 3 UNITS FROM COURSES ENGLISH 477, ENGLISH 478 AND ENGLISH 490

4. SELECT 3 ELECTIVE UNITS FROM ENGLISH LANGUAGE OR WRITING (COURSE LEVEL 200, 300 OR 400)

5. SELECT 6 ELECTIVE UNITS FROM ENGLISH LITERATURE (COURSE LEVEL 200, 300 OR 400)

PROFESSIONAL WRITING AND BOOK PUBLISHING

MINOR - 24 UNITS

1. ENGLISH 230, ENGLISH 372, ENGLISH 378

2. SELECT FROM ENGLISH 330 AND ENGLISH 430, OR ENGLISH 436 AND 3 UNITS FROM AN ENGLISH WRITING COURSE 300 LEVEL OR ABOVE (FROM THE ENGLISH SELECTIONS IN SECTION 5 BELOW)

3. 3 UNITS FROM AN ENGLISH LITERATURE COURSE 200 LEVEL OR ABOVE

4. 3 UNITS FROM AN ENGLISH LITERATURE COURSE 300 LEVEL OR ABOVE

5. 3 UNITS FROM ENGLISH 274, ENGLISH 330, ENGLISH 332, ENGLISH 373, ENGLISH 375, ENGLISH 376, ENGLISH 377, ENGLISH 379, ENGLISH 430, ENGLISH 436, ENGLISH 477, ENGLISH 478, ENGLISH 479, ENGLISH 488, ENGLISH 490, ENGLISH 493, ARTSTDIO 222, ARTSTDIO 287, MARKETNG 311

TEACHING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE/BILINGUAL-BICULTURAL

MINOR 24 UNITS (LICENSURE)

1. CIGENRL 350/550, ESL 350/550

2. ESL 310/510, CIGENRL 310/510

3. CIGENRL 354/554, ESL 354/554

4. ESL 320/520, CIGENRL 320/520

5. ESL 330/530, CIGENRL 330/550

6. ESL 403/603, CIGENRL 403/603

7. CIGENRL 405/605, ESL 405/605

8. CIFLD 492/692

UNIQUE REQUIREMENT: CORE LICENSE

Those pursuing the ESL license must take language study to the 251 level or above or the equivalent in language experience to be determined in consultation with the program coordinator.

ESL/BE LICENSE:

1. Those pursuing the ESL/BE license must take one of the following courses, which can be completed within General Education or Diversity course requirements for graduation: RACEETH 380/580 OR CHICANO 310/510 OR CHICANO 320/520

2. Those pursuing the ESL/BE license must take CIGENRL 455/655 OR ESL 455/655

 

Those pursuing the ESL/BE license must demonstrate linguistic competence at the low advanced level on the American Council of Teachers of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) Oral Proficiency interview scale and demonstrate cultural competence by an instrument yet to be specified by DPI.

TEACHING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

MINOR - 24 UNITS (LICENSURE)

1 CIGENRL 350/550, ESL 350/550

2. ESL 310/510, CIGENRL 310, 510

3. CIGENRL 354/554, ESL 354/554

4. ESL 320/520, CIGENRL 320/520

5. ESL 330/530, CIGENRL 330/530

6. ESL 403/603, CIGENRL 403/603

7. CIGENRL 405/605, ESL 405/605

8. CIFLD 492/692

UNIQUE REQUIREMENT: CORE LICENSE

Those pursuing the ESL license must take language study to the 251 level or above or the equivalent in language experience to be determined in consultation with the program coordinator.

ESL Additional Recommendations

It is beyond the scope of this 24-credit academic minor to make someone a balanced bilingual with native-like cultural competence. However, it is possible for candidates to improve cultural and linguistic knowledge and competence by pursuing advanced language and culture study at UW-Whitewater, within general education course work, and elsewhere beyond the unique requirements specified above. Indeed, this competence is essential in achieving the performance levels specified by DPI, necessary to secure the ESL/BE license. To this end, students will be advised to include the courses listed below in their general education program as well as coursework in foreign languages, travel study, and study abroad.

RACEETH 380 Race, Ethnicity, and Social Justice: Issues for Helping Professionals.

CHICANO 150 Introduction to Chicano Studies

CHICANO 200 Chicano Literature: Historical Context and Contemporary Text

CHICANO 201 Contemporary Chicano Literature

CHICANO 310 History of Chicanos in the U.S.: 19th Century Roots and 20th Century Development

CHICANO 320 Politics of the Chicano

CHICANO 330 Chicano and Latino American Thought

ENGLISH 265 Multicultural Literature of the United States

HISTRY 343 Modern Latin America

HISTRY 346 History of Mexico

HISTRY 394 The U.S. at War in Vietnam

TEACHING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE FOR ADULTS

MINOR - 24 UNITS (NON-LICENSURE)

1. ENGLISH 281, ENGLISH 383, ESL 301 AND ESL 320

2. SECNDED 435, ESL 401 AND ESL 493

3. FRENCH 251, GERMAN 251 OR SPANISH 251

The certification program in Teaching English as a Second Language combines the study of theoretical and applied linguistics with instruction in theoretical and practical issues related to the study of English by non-native speakers throughout the lifespan. The minor is offered within the Department of Languages and Literatures, College of Letters and Sciences, in concert the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education. The licensure program has been designed to meet the standards recommended by TESOL, Inc, the premier international organization for ESL professionals. In its Core Standards for Language and Professional Programs, TESOL states that "teaching English to speakers of other languages is an academic field requiring...special professional education and preparation for its practitioners." Furthermore, "each program should have courses which present basic theory and practice covering the second language and teaching paradigm..." Basic entry requirements are: (1) Completion of English 101 and 102 or English 105 (2) competency in a language other than English as determined by examination or successful completion of the 251 level (may be worked on concurrently with the minor); (3) a GPA of 2.75 or higher. The TESL minor consists of a core of 24 units.

FILM STUDIES

MINOR - 24 UNITS

1. PREP: HISTRY 110 OR ARTHIST 203

2. INTRO: COMM 236 OR COMM 249

3. CULTURE: ENGLISH 266 OR FILM 352

4. GENRE: FILM 350 OR FILM 354

5. SELECT 9 CREDITS ELECTIVES FROM:

COMM 236, COMM 249, ENGLISH 266, FILM 350, FILM 352, FILM 354, FILM 356, COMM 346, ENGLISH 376

6. FILM 485

NOTE: No course can fulfill more than one requirement in the minor with the exception of FILM 350 and FILM 352, which may be repeated as electives with a change in topic

FRENCH

MINOR - 12 UNITS BEYOND 252

1. SELECT 12 UNITS FROM COURSES BEYOND FRENCH 252

FRENCH EDUCATION EMPHASIS

MINOR - 12 UNITS BEYOND 252

1. FRENCH 310, FRENCH 321 AND FRENCH 322

2. SELECT 3 UNITS FROM COURSES BEYOND FRENCH 252

UNIQUE REQUIREMENT - 3 UNITS

1. SECNDED 427

LICENSURE MILESTONES

1. ADMISSION TO PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION

2. LANGUAGE TESTING INTERNATIONAL (LTI) LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY TESTS

3. WORLD LANGUAGES RESIDENCY

MINOR

1. STUDENTS WHO ENTERED COLLEGE AFTER 7-1-87 OR UW-W AFTER 7-1-88 SHOULD BE AWARE OF FOREIGN RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT; SEE Advisor FOR INFO

GERMAN

MINOR - 12 UNITS BEYOND 252

1. SELECT 12 UNITS FROM COURSES BEYOND GERMAN 252

GERMAN EDUCATION EMPHASIS

MINOR - 12 UNITS BEYOND 252

1. GERMAN 310, GERMAN 321 AND GERMAN 322

2. SELECT 3 UNITS FROM COURSES BEYOND GERMAN 252

UNIQUE REQUIREMENTS - 3 UNITS

1. SECNDED 427

LICENSURE MILESTONES

1. ADMISSION TO PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION

2. LANGUAGE TESTING INTERNATIONAL (LTI) LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY TESTS

3. WORLD LANGUAGES RESIDENCY

MINOR

1. STUDENTS WHO ENTERED COLLEGE AFTER 7-1-87 OR UW-W AFTER 7-1-88 SHOULD BE AWARE OF FOREIGN RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT; SEE Advisor FOR INFO

SPANISH

MINOR - 12 UNITS BEYOND 252

SELECT 12 UNITS FROM COURSES BEYOND SPANISH 252

SPANISH EDUCATION EMPHASIS

MINOR - 12 UNITS BEYOND 252

1. SPANISH 310, SPANISH 321 AND SPANISH 322

2. SELECT 3 UNITS FROM COURSES BEYOND SPANISH 252

UNIQUE REQUIREMENTS - 3 UNITS

1. SECNDED 427

LICENSURE MILESTONES

1. ADMISSION TO PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION

2. LANGUAGE TESTING INTERNATIONAL (LTI) LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY TESTS

3. WORLD LANGUAGES RESIDENCY

MINOR

STUDENTS WHO ENTERED COLLEGE AFTER 7-1-87 OR UW-W AFTER 7-1-88 SHOULD BE AWARE OF FOREIGN RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT; SEE ADVISOR FOR INFO

CERTIFICATE PROGRAM

PROFESSIONAL WRITING AND BOOK PUBLISHING

CERTIFICATE - 12 UNITS

1. ENGLISH 230, ENGLISH 330, ENGLISH 372

2. 3 UNITS FROM ENGLISH 430 OR ENGLISH 436



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