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English

Bachelor of Arts

Availability: On-Campus | Program Length: 120 Hours

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Program Overview

The Bachelor of Arts in English at Texas A&M University-Central Texas prepares students to enter diverse professions in both the public and private sector. English majors develop solid writing, critical thinking, and analytical skills.

As an English major, you will explore how language and literature shape our culture and your identity. Our program combines technological and creative skills to build communication and interpersonal skills that will enable you to transform a variety of perspectives into practical and meaningful communications in the workplace and community.

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Areas Of Focus

  • Rhetoric and composition
  • English language and linguistics
  • Teacher preparation
  • Critical and literary analysis
  • Creative writing
  • Film and popular culture

Transfer Pathways:

The direct & affordable path from your community college to a BA English degree!

  • If you are planning to start your study at an A&M-Central Texas partner college, our Transfer Pathways help you identify the specific courses you will need in each semester, from freshman through graduation!
  • If you are already attending an A&M-Central Texas partner college, Transfer Pathways show you the quickest path to a bachelor's degree, with no extra classroom time and no wasted credit hours.
  • If you attend or plan to attend another college, A&M-Central Texas will create a customized pathway just for you, and update it with you each semester as you move toward your degree!
  • Or use one of our transfer guides, which lead you to an Education BAS degree by showing typical freshman and sophmore classes:
  • Contact us: We're here to help you graduate on time and with less student debt.

Program Information

The Lookout: A Journal of Literature & the Arts

The Lookout: A Journal of Literature and the Arts features student works and is published annually by the College of Arts and Sciences at Texas A&M University-Central Texas, Killeen, Texas.
The Lookout: A Journal of Literature and the Arts

Program Contact

Dr. Stephanie Peebles Tavera Bio
Humanities
Assistant Professor
Room: HH-204M
254.519.5773
stavera@tamuct.edu

Dr. Stephanie Peebles Tavera
Dr. Stephanie Peebles Tavera

Faculty Media Highlight:

Dr. Stehanie Peebles Tavera, interviewed by Lauren Dodd of the Killeen Daily Herald, regarding the rhetorical significance of the recent inaugural poem. Read more.

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