Preparing students for life after graduation

The Liberal Arts program provides the traditional course of study in literature and language arts. Through nine “blocks” of study, students gain experience reading, writing, and researching in the field of English, allowing for both a wide overview of literary history and in-depth studies of specific periods, writers, and critical approaches.

The track’s 37 hours in upper level literature and language equip students for life after graduation.

Create, Engage, Thrive

Liberal Arts students take their skills to the campus community. Our majors can practice their talents, gain valuable work experience, and apply what they’ve learned by becoming a part of some of our clubs, events, and campus services.

Explore the following opportunities:

Course Descriptions

Teacher licensure in English requires the following courses:

See the FMU catalog for more details.