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Empower students as learners

English is one of the most versatile degrees you can pursue, because the skills you learn are transferable. Critical thinking, reading comprehension, writing, and communication are essential in pretty much any career field – not to mention your personal life. And as a secondary education major, not only will you gain these skills for yourself, you’ll understand how to pass them on to your students, setting them up for a successful life of learning.

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All courses offered face-to-face on main campus.

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Program Overview

This degree focus will allow you to explore the language, literature, and expression of the Western canon in the context of education. Be ready to demonstrate your understanding of texts and ideas, because you’ll regularly be asked to write analytically and creatively. Professors will motivate you to think critically about texts and consider them within a Christian context, applying their lessons to your day to day life so you can do the same for your students.

Students who desire licensure in another state must contact their state department of education for details about whether or not this coursework will meet state requirements.

What to Expect
Explore the language, literature, and expression of the Western canon in the context of education. Demonstrating understanding of texts and ideas will be vital for writing analytically and creatively in coursework designed to both challenge you and motivate you. Professors will inspire you to think critically about texts and consider them within a Christian context, applying their lessons to your day-to-day life so you are equipped to do the same for your students.

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