We are committed to depth and excellence of student learning at every level, from first-year composition to advanced research.
We engage the curiosity of our students and deepen their awareness of the intricacies of rhetoric,
of culture, of history, and of the literary arts.
In English Studies, we practice and foster the creative, intellectual work of reading, writing, and research.
The Department of English offers a bachelor's degree with a specialization in the following tracks: Creative Writing, Literature, and Professional Writing.
The Master's program is designed to develop and professionalize students within a sub-discipline in English studies, and to advance their writing and research skills.
The Master's in Technical and Professional Communication program focuses on the theory and techniques of document design, writing, editing, and web development.
The doctoral program in English provides rigorous scholarly and pedagogical training for the emerging intellectual leaders and stewards of English studies.
The Department of English offers four minors: creative writing, English, linguistics, and technical and professional communication.
An essential part of the University Core Curriculum, the Department of English offers a series of core courses in composition and literature.
The Department of English offers an intensive academic program (the equivalent of 2 courses, or six credit hours) in London, England for undergraduates and teachers of English.
The Department of English is proud to host a variety of conferences for both students and faculty to present their current research through presentations, poster sessions, and panels.
Many journals are housed within the Department of English, including the Southern Humanities Review, Scriblerian, Written Communication, and Communication Design Quarterly.
The Department of English is proud of its preeminent faculty who have received countless recognitions for teaching, research, and outreach within the Auburn community.