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b. Creative Writing
        i. Three courses, to be distributed among three of the following literary-historical
              groups:
              1. Medieval and Renaissance Literature: ENG 321-327;
              2. Restoration and 18th Century: ENG 328, 329, 331, 332;
              3. 19th-Century Literature: ENG 333, 334, 343, 345; 351 (depending on topic)
              4. 20th-21st Century: ENG 335, 336, 347, 350, 351 (depending on topic), 361, 363,
                   364, 365 (depending on topic), 267/367;
       ii. Either ENG 317 or 318;

      iii. One additional course from ENG 220, 317, 318, 381-383, THE 321;
    c. Film Studies

        i. Three courses, to be distributed among three of the following literary-historical
              groups:
              1. Medieval and Renaissance Literature: ENG 321-327:
              2. Restoration and 18th Century: ENG 328, 329, 331, 332;
              3. 19th Century: ENG 333, 334, 343, 345; 351 (depending on topic)
              4. 20th-21st Century: ENG 335, 336, 347, 350, 351 (depending on topic), 361, 363,
                   364, 365 (depending on topic), 267/367;

       ii. Two additional courses from ENG 327, 365, 370, 371 (depending on topic), 372, HIS
              364, CLA 364;

5. Capstone Experience: ENG 411; and ENG 412 for the creative writing concentration or 413
    for the literature or film studies concentration

The department recommends that foundation courses be completed by the end of the
sophomore year and that majors consider an internship in an area of interest in the junior or
senior year. Transfer students must take a minimum of six courses toward the major at Cornell
College.

Teaching Certification: Students who are interested in pursuing K-12 certification to teach
English/Language Arts should seek admission to the Teacher Education Program. See the
Education department section for application and certification information (pages 109-111).

Minor: Six courses at 200/300 level to include:

1. ENG 201
2. ENG 202 or 215
3. Three courses selected from at least two of the following groups

    a) 321-332
    b) 333-351; 361-372
    c) 317-318; 381-383
4. one elective

101-105. Topics in English
A focus on a topic in literary studies, in film, or on a topic that bridges literature, film, creative
writing or other arts. See Topics Courses.

111. Topics in Literature, Film, or Cultural Studies
Writing seminar for first-year students, an intensive engagement with a topic in literature, film,
or cultural studies. See Topics Courses. (Writing Requirement)

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