PROGRAM TYPE
On Campus

DEGREES
BA

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Lisa LeBlanc, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
English
(508) 849-3429
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English

Program Overview

The program in English prepares students for a wide range of careers and graduate study, focusing as it does on the study of literature in English and the development of critical reading and writing skills.  Past students have gone into work in public relations, law, library school, journalism, and publishing.

Students successfully completing the Bachelor’s degree in English will be able to:

  • Identify and explain different general and verse literary forms
  • Demonstrate familiarity with major authors and their works from different historical period
  • Apply and analyze different genre of literature
  • Evaluate literary elements of different historical periods
  • Apply literary theories in papers and presentations

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Course of Study
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Curriculum Map

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Minor

Students with majors in a wide range of fields may wish to pursue a minor in English to build their skills in critical reading and writing, as well as to pursue an interest in literature.  By approaching literature from different perspectives, students hone their skills in analysis, close reading, and interpretation.  Students will also learn how to place a work in its intellectual and historical context.

Program Learning Outcomes

Students successfully completing the Bachelor’s degree in English will be able to:

  • Identify and explain different general and verse literary forms
  • Demonstrate familiarity with major authors and their works from different historical period
  • Apply and analyze different genre of literature
  • Evaluate literary elements of different historical periods
  • Apply literary theories in papers and presentations

Meet Our Faculty

Craig Blais, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
English
(508) 849-3605

Sandra Duguay

Lecturer
Justice Minors

Dorothy Erickson

Lecturer
School of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Nancy Fournier

Lecturer
School of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Virginia Heslinga

Associate Professor
School of Professional Studies

Christine Keating

Lecturer
School of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Lisa LeBlanc, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
English
(508) 849-3429

Travis Maruska

Associate Professor
School of Liberal Arts & Sciences
(508) 849-3338

Kathleen Morrissey

Lecturer
School of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Nicholas P. Opanasets

Lecturer
School of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Sloane Perron

Lecturer
English

Claudia Plasse

Lecturer
School of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Colleen Shaughnessy-Zeena

Lecturer
School of Liberal Arts & Sciences