Professional Writing & English Studies

MajorB.A.120 hours
  • Core in Composition
  • Core in Literature
  • Prepares for job market
  • Prepares for graduate school

HumanitiesExplore the arts

Minor24-25 hours
  • Focus area in Literature
  • Focus area in Music
  • Focus area in Philosophy
  • Great for grad school admissions

CommunicationPR or New Media

MajorB.A.120 hours
  • Focus in Public Relations
  • Focus in New Media
  • Great job market outlook
  • Capstone internship or project

CommunicationAugment your skills

Minor24 hours
  • Focus in Public Relations
  • Focus in New Media
  • Diversify your skills
  • Great for grad school admissions

Allison Everetts looks back at the rest cure through literature and modern science

On November 11, senior exercise science major Allison Everetts presented as part of the Fall 2014 Humanities Symposia with her talk “Resting Away Sanity: A Classic Short Story Meets Current Health Science.” A large number of students, faculty, and community members were in attendance. The video above is her complete talk with the question and answer discussion that followed. For a more detailed description of the talk, see below. Neurasthenia […]

Event Planning class takes practical approach in semester of events

Event Planning class takes practical approach in semester of events

The Oscars. The Presidential Inauguration. The HAC Open House. While these three events may seem to hold little in common, they do share one important detail—someone planned them. As the Event Planning and Promotion class learned this past semester, that someone is often many people, working many hours. Professor Justin Young’s COM 253 Event Planning and Promotion class took a very hands-on approach to learning. While the first few weeks […]

Composition class assists U.S. Holocaust Museum with research project

Composition class assists U.S. Holocaust Museum with research project

In connection with their reading of The Monuments Men: Allied Heroes, Nazi Thieves, and the Greatest Treasure Hunt in History, Dr. Alison Witte’s Composition I (ENG 103) students embarked on a treasure hunt of their own in the archives of the United States Holocaust Museum. Students participated in the Children of the Lodz Ghetto Memorial Research Project. The project ‘s goal is to identify and to determine the fate of […]

HAC students and faculty celebrate the holidays

HAC students and faculty celebrate the holidays

Students and faculty from the Humanities and Communication Department joined together Tuesday afternoon for the second annual HAC Holiday Party. Seniors got to add their personalized ornaments to the Taylor Hall tree, as well as receiving a gift from the faculty in the department. If you weren’t able to make it, you can check out photos from the event below.

Professor Boman showcases some scary connections between Poe and Fuentes

On October 28, Professor Ana Boman presented as part of the Fall 2014 Humanities Symposia with her talk “Evermore: Edgar Allan Poe, Carlos Fuentes, & Latin American Literature.” A large number of students, faculty, and community members were in attendance. The video above is her complete talk with the question and answer discussion that followed. For a more detailed description of the talk, see below. Every author has precursors or […]