English - Pre-Professional English 2: Library and Information Technology (B.A.)

Objectives: To prepare students for employment or graduate study in Library and Information Technology, by combining an in-depth knowledge of English literature, organizational and instructional skills, critical thinking, and hands-on experience that are required to enter the field.

Requirements: English 200; two courses from 250 , 251, and 252; 255 or 256; 317 or 332; 333 , 360, 362 or 364; 450; and two electives in English. The senior project is met by 450 . The concentration in Library and Information Technology (LIT) is fulfilled by two CVIN Skills Seminars (124, 125 , 126 , 224, 225, or 226 ), GNST 204; MGMT 345; Philosophy 231; and an internship in library or library-related field. To meet the religion requirement, students complete Religion 111, 131 or 13 2. To meet the mathematics requirement, students complete ST AT 162. All juniors pass the junior-level writing proficiency test; a student who does not pass the test must enroll in and pass English 199 prior to repeating the writing proficiency test. 

All juniors pass the junior-level writing proficiency test; a student who does not pass the test must enroll in and pass English 199 prior to repeating the writing proficiency test.

The senior project is met by 450 . 

Item #
Title
Semester Hours
ENGL Elective  +
3
ENGL Elective  +
3
Two Courses from CVIN 124, CVIN 125, CVIN 126, CVIN 224, CVIN 225 and CVIN 226  +
2
One course outside of English  +
3
Sub-Total Semester Hours
55
Total credits:
55

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Program

Type

B.A.