Academics

Announcements

2013–2014 Cultural and Community Events


 The 2014 Baccalaureate Service will be held at 5:00 p.m., Friday, May 16 

Graduation Information (Saturday, May 17, 2014)

Tyler Robinson '14

HC Profiles

Tyler Robinson '14

English, Languages, and Interdisciplinary Studies

 Dr. Tom Perrin  

Majors: 

  • English  

English Major Concentrations:

  • Creative Writing 
  • Film Studies 
  • Theater 

Minors: 

  • Creative Writing 
  • English 
  • Foreign Language 
  • Women’s Studies 

Teacher Certification: English Language Arts, grades 6–12

  • Major requirements and course descriptions are outlined in the Huntingdon College Catalog.
  • These programs of study are part of the Department of Humanities. 

Words in Action

If you enjoy reading, writing, watching films, and learning more about the power and beauty of language, the English major is just the place for you. Choose from three concentrations or combine the major with another major or with Teacher Certification requirements in order to teach in grades 6–12.

Be engaged in the study of words and human letters through our clubs, organizations, internships, College publications, presentations, student teaching, and living out the written word.

  • The Gargoyle, student newspaper
  • The Prelude, literary magazine
  • Film Enthusiasts Club
  • Writing presentations—Poetry & Coffee; Poetry Slams, and Library Salons
  • Student teaching 
  • Sigma Tau Delta Honorary
  • Huntingdon Women’s Center

Why Huntingdon?

In the Huntingdon College English major, personal interaction with published authors, a deeply talented faculty, and numerous ways to live out the major help you hone your skills, develop your talents, and get ready for whatever career path you choose upon graduation. These are some of the highlights of the Huntingdon College English major:

Faculty

Alumni

Huntingdon’s English major develops a broad range of skills that qualify graduates to enter almost any career field. From Pulitzer-nominated poets to tech-nical writers, attorneys, publishers, journalists, educa-tors, communication professionals, and museum administrators, Huntingdon English alumni have en-tered virtually every career field.




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