The English Language/Literature Minor is very useful for students choosing to pursue a career in teaching at either the elementary or the secondary level, with English as a second teachable subject, or for students wishing to undertake graduate studies. More generally, an English Minor provides students with valuable tools to hone their reading and writing skills as they seek to position themselves their Art and Design studio practices and to enrich their studies at OCAD University.
I. Required Core Course
ENGL 2B03 Introduction to Literary Criticism
Plus take 5 courses from the list below, including 3 courses at the 300/400 level:
II. Elective Courses
ENGL 2B01 Introduction to Creative Writing
ENGL 2B05 Introduction to Creative Non-Fiction (added September 2009)
ENGL 2B06 World Literature (formerly ENGL 4B02)
ENGL 3B01 The Artist in European and American Literature
ENGL 3B03 Children's Literature
ENGL 3B04 Science and Technology in Literature
ENGL 3B05 Creative Writing: Contemporary and Experimental Forms
ENGL 3B06 Studies in Canadian Literature (formerly ENGL 2B02)
ENGL 3B07 Introduction to Dramatic Literature (formerly ENGL 2B04)
ENGL 3B08 Ways of Telling: Aboriginal Literature and Narrative Tradition (cross-listed with ABVC 3B08 in 2009/10, added June 2010)
ENGL 3B20 Creative Writing II
ENGL 3B21 Writings by Artists (added June 2010)
ENGL 4B03 European Literary Classics and Criticism
ENGL 4B04 Diasporic Writings (added June 2010)
ENGL 4B17 Advanced Creative Writing
Special Topics upon approval by Associate Deans in the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies.
Note: If planning on using this minor for English as a Second Teachable, consult with the program that you will be attending for specific course requirements which may vary from those listed above.
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