The enduring value of a HUMANITIES degree in general and an ENGLISH degree in particular is much in the news these days. See recent articles in The Washington Post, Forbes Magazine, The Chonicle of Higher Education, The New York Times, and elsewhere on the topic.
English Majors develop essential skills in research, analysis, writing, and multimedia communication and presentation. These skills make them valuable commodities in the 21st-century professional world. Here's a useful pie-chart showing recent English Major CAREER CHOICES:
The English Department's CAREER CONVERSATIONS are informal conversations between faculty and students - Majors, Minors, and anyone else - that highlight current careers that begin with English students in particular and Humanities studies in general. Each semester's "Conversations" build on one of the English Department's three majors - Literature, Creative Writing, or Professional Writing.
Last modified: Apr 25, 2016