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2012-2013 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

English: Multicultural Literature Emphasis, B.A.


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(120 units)

Emphasis in Multicultural Literature - 12 units


The Multicultural Literature Emphasis gives the English major an opportunity to pursue his or her interests in studying the literature of various cultures and ethnic groups. The culmination of the emphasis is the Multicultural Literature project, which the student chooses in consultation with his or her advisor. The product of that course will be a completed work which addresses the literature (broadly defined as fiction, nonfiction, poetry, drama and film) in one of the following course areas. Students selecting this emphasis must choose Sequence A above plus 9 units from the following:

Lower Division Requirements - 12 units


Students seeking the Bachelor of Arts in English must have fulfilled the lower division writing requirement (at CI, ENGL 103  or ENGL 105 ). In addition, the following 12 units of literature survey courses (or the equivalent) are required in preparation for upper division studies:

Upper Division Requirements - 24 units


The upper division English core is designed to provide students with a broad background in literature, solid foundations in theory and criticism, and experience in writing to learn.

Required Sequence - 6 units


The sequence requirement allows students to explore an area of interest in more depth. Students choose one of the following sequences.

Sequence A


Plus one of the following courses:


or


Electives - 6 units


(Courses used to meet the major requirements above cannot be selected as electives)

Required Supporting and Other GE Courses - 72 units


Electives 18  
American Institutions Requirement 6  
General Education 48  

6 units of UDIGE can be double counted in the major
3 units must be outside the major and outside any optional emphasis.

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