Why Study English?

There are many reasons to study English at Ƶ:

  • To improve your reading, writing, and critical thinking skills
  • To explore the many worlds imagined by literature
  • To fulfill Ƶ program requirements
  • To obtain the credits required to transfer to university 
  • To complete an Associate of Arts with a specialization in English

Associate of Arts

Providing students with the first 60 credits of an undergraduate degree, the Associate of Arts degree with a specialization in English allows for block transfer into third year at a variety of institutions.

Ways to Study

In addition to offering the English Associates of Arts degree, the department also supports dual admission with SFU and participates in a three-year degree completion program with the University of Wales Trinity Saint David in the United Kingdom.

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For information about admission requirements, courses, intake dates, and more, visit the Program and Course Catalogue.
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For general descriptions of the courses we currently offer and scheduling information, see the course catalogue and the .

For information about what students will read and discuss in specific sections, see our list of themed sections of literature and academic writing.