Roger Williams University offers a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature, as well as an English Literature/Secondary Education dual major.
The English Literature program at RWU celebrates the British and American canon, while offering opportunities to explore authors and works from other traditions, including world literatures in translation and literatures that focus on cultures, genres, periods and themes representative of both non-western and western perspectives. Studies occur in an environment marked by strong faculty commitment to student-centered education. As a result, students are actively engaged in achieving individual excellence and are involved also in the larger life of formal and informal program activities in and out of class.
Social elements of the program include a literature society and the international honor society. The academic design of the curriculum fosters progressive intellectual development; depth and breadth of knowledge of literature and its many integrated contexts (especially philosophical, psychological, historical, aesthetic and cross-cultural); and the assembly of critical thinking, analytical writing, argument and defense, research, presentation and related skills, all of which prepare students for leadership roles, graduate study as well as a wide variety of professional careers in education and the for-profit and non-profit sectors.
Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
A.B., English, University of Michigan
M.A., TESL, University of Massachusetts Boston M.A.
Ph.D., English, Indiana University Bloomington
B.A. Montclair State College
M.A., Ph.D. University of Rhode Island
B.A. Roger Williams University
M.A. Clark University
Ph.D. University of Rhode Island
B.A., M.A., Ph.D. University of Virginia