English Minor (M)

The study of language, literature, and expression fosters an increased understanding of the creative process, provides insights into the moral and ethical dimensions of ideas, and, in the Christian context of Concordia, explores the value of a life of intellectual curiosity. The English minor makes an ideal pairing with majors in the Humanities, Business, Legal Studies, Health Sciences, Classical Education, and Pre-Seminary tracks.


Required Courses
ENG 305English Grammar and Usage3
or ENG 365 History of the English Language
ENG 245Advanced Writing3
or ENG 246 Creative Writing
American Literature
ENG 341American Literature I3
or ENG 342 American Literature II
English Literature
ENG 344British Literature I3
or ENG 345 British Literature II
Minor Electives
Select six credits of English electives6
Total Hours18