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Bachelor of Arts in English

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文学学士学位有语言要求,主要专业是英语,旨在为学生提供他们选择的人文学科的实质性学术内容. 该学位为有兴趣继续攻读研究生课程或在所有州进行教学认证所需的替代路线方法学课程的学生提供了学术内容领域的基础. 该学位还为有兴趣继续深造的学生提供了一个学术基础,这是在大多数学院和大学文科的高等教育职位所必需的. 该课程不直接为学生准备教师资格证或执照. 该学位还为有兴趣继续深造的学生提供了一个学术基础,这是在大多数学院和大学文科的高等教育职位所必需的. 重点研究旨在提供跨学科的组成部分,将增加学生的学习广度. The program will provide workers in business and government, as well as education, with learning that promotes critical thinking, information utilization, collaboration, communication, 和分析技能必不可少的有效和高效的工作生产力. The Bachelor of Arts in English introduces students to literature, rhetoric, grammar and composition as a disciplined course of study. 学生将获得对主要文学体裁多方面的理解, authors, and forms; and proficiency in the English language through their course of study. 以英语为背景,学生可以发展研究和批判性思维的技能 & analysis, and communication.

  • Understand written texts and apply rhetorical concepts in a variety of diverse communication situations

  • Analyze literature and critically read written communication

  • 作者的说明性的、有说服力的、叙述性的和描述性的作品

  • Apply collaborative skills in analysis and composition in order to collectively create a well-written product

  • Research authors, 深化对文学作品的理解的历史背景和理论框架

  • Evaluate literary and rhetorical works for quality and purpose

  • Contextualize major literary genres, authors, and forms

  • Think critically, analyze, collaborate, and communicate effectively

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Your academic counselor will help you schedule classes for our online Bachelor of Arts in English program.

What you'll learn

When you earn your English Degree, 你将会有一套具体的技能可以应用到工作中去. 

Topics covered in this degree include:

  • Applying learned  principles in rhetorical strategies of exposition, persuasion, narration, and descriptive writing.
  • Understanding  texts and rhetorical concepts relevant to a variety of communication situations and contingencies.
  • Analyzing and collaborating in the creation of a written product.
  • Comparing literature across forms, genres, and schools, and identifying essential elements used by authors in written works.

Careers & Outcomes

What can you do with a Bachelor of Arts in English?

A communication program can prepare you to be a: 

  • Creative writer
  • Technical writer
12 %

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, job growth for technical writers is projected to be faster than average between 2020 and 2030.

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Get career coaching, resumé building and interview prep, for life. While outside career advising can cost over $200 an hour, 而在澳门金沙,它是建立在你的学位,不需要额外的费用.

You don’t have to go it alone.


Tools and resources available 24/7/365

We're a university built for the busy. Build your resumé, 准备面试,规划你的职业生涯——只要它适合你的生活, day or night.

Networking & mentorship

Through virtual job fairs and networking with the alumni community, we've made it easy to tap into the experience and connections of your peers and colleagues at the University.


Paying for school

While education costs have risen an average of 2.6% in the U.S. every year, our Tuition Guarantee ensures you’ll pay one flat rate from the moment you enroll to the day you graduate.

Save time and money on your degree

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Your prior credits can cover up to 75% of your bachelor’s degree to help you graduate in as little as a year.



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Balancing family, work and school

Work toward your degree without giving up what matters most. Start your degree year-round and take one class at a time.

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你有一个支持团队,每天20小时,每周5天. And our academic counselors, who are with you every step of the way, have earned a 5-star rating from 90% of our surveyed students.

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Institutional accreditation

澳门金沙获得了美国高等教育委员会(HLC)的认证, Since 1978, University of Phoenix has been continually accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and its predecessor.

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Of surveyed students would recommend their instructors

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An English degree focuses on writing and literature while building skills that promote critical thinking, information use, collaboration, 沟通和分析——所有这些都是有效和高效工作的必要条件.

Because graduates have versatile skills, they can apply to a variety of industries such as marketing, media (public relations, advertising, copywriting, website development), technical writing, public service (politics and government), human resources, healthcare and others.

Teaching at the primary or secondary level typically requires certification that is dependent on state requirements. 大学英语教学主要要求硕士或以上学历, and a bachelor’s degree in English can prepare you for graduate work in this and other disciplines.

澳门金沙的英语学位允许学生在文学和写作两门课程中选择平衡的课程. You’ll complete a set of required core courses. 在学位范围内,你可以灵活地选择选修课,既可以侧重英语知识,也可以拓宽英语知识.

Yes, 你可以通过100%的在线课程获得澳门金沙的英语学士学位,每天24/7/365天.

澳门金沙的在线英语学位是专门设计的,以便像您这样的专业人士可以在不离开当前职位的情况下获得它. 该学位为学生在英语学习的三个主要领域打下坚实的基础,从而使学生具备全面的英语学习背景:写作, rhetoric and literature. 该节目融合了对主要文学体裁的多方面理解, authors, and forms, along with proficiency in the English language.

Additionally, 该项目的结构允许您通过英语以外领域的重点研究课程集群来个性化您的项目, such as business, psychology, environmental science or cybersecurity, which could help you prepare for a writing career in that field.

Have questions about how to enroll in the online English degree program or any other program? Fill out the request for information form – and we’ll get you in touch with an enrollment representative.

Effective communication is paramount in today’s workforce. You’re ready to take on your future – and we’re behind you. Together, we rise.

虽然项目广泛适用,但并非所有的项目都适用于所有州的居民. Please check with a University Enrollment Representative.

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projections are not specific to University of Phoenix students or graduates.