The Department of English Language & Literature offers a number of undergraduate degree options. The Chair of the Department, James Allard, is happy to answer questions about any of our undergraduate degree options; email firstname.lastname@example.org
English Language & Literature
The Honours degree in English Language and Literature is the option that the majority of our students pursue. It offers students a wide range of courses in different historical periods, genres, and theoretical approaches. Its list requirements mean that students are well prepared for graduate studies in English (see calendar and list courses links below). Literature degrees are also available as three-year Pass degrees or as Combined degrees with another area of study (Honours or Pass available).
Writing, Rhetoric, & Discourse Studies
Writing, Rhetoric, and Discourse Studies (WRDS) is a cross disciplinary program that focuses on the theory and practice of situated discursive production. It incites students to critically examine and produce texts as provocative historical, theoretical, and material objects. In other words, the WRDS Program invites students to explore the ways that—as government officials, hip-hop stars, journalists, bloggers, editors, talk show hosts, or private individuals writing letters to editors—writers change the world.