NU130

Bachelor of Arts in English

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Course ID
NU130
Online
Yes
On Campus
Yes
Duration
3.5 Years
Semester
Course Level
100, 200, 300, 400, 500

If you’re an educational professional who are looking to progress into management and consultancy, or an educational planning or development role, this is the best degree for you.

Must have successfully completed year 12 or equivalent with a minimum 2.0 GPA
ACT/SAT Recommended
Proof of English Proficiency achieving a TOEFL score of 70(IBT) or achieving an IELTS score of altleast 5.5

  • Cost Per Quarter Unit : $370
  • 4.5 Quarter Unit Course : $1665
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Become a part of NU’s global alumni community. The BA in English program includes four-week classes. National University is San Diego’s largest private nonprofit university.
Program Overview

The opportunities are broad when you pursue a Bachelor of Arts in English from National University. The communication and critical thinking skills you will learn as an English major are highly sought after and will help you advance in almost any field. You’ll be prepared to join arenas such as advertising, the broadcast arts, or the rapidly evolving publishing world. Many program graduates pursue further study in English, law, or education.

The BA in English is a writing-intensive program that focuses on literary analysis, diversity, and critical thinking through the study of major writers, works, movements, and periods of the British and American literary traditions. Assessing literary works can be both educational and pleasurable, and if you’re interested in creative writing, you may choose the concentration in Creative Writing.

Program Learning Outcomes
  • Knowledgeably discuss the major writers, works, movements, and periods of the British and American literary traditions.
  • Evaluate the relationship of marginalized or oppositional voices to the evolution of literary traditions and histories.
  • Analyze literary works within their historical and cultural contexts.
  • Analyze works of literature in the context of the conventions and histories of their genres.
  • Analyze the use and effects of literary and rhetorical features of literary texts.
  • Compose sophisticated written works of literary analysis, incorporating appropriate close reading, research, and writing skills.