literature minor

You don’t have to be an English major to focus on literature as a minor. This program allows students with a deep interest in literary exploration and criticism to indulge their passion through the study of writing across history, cultures and genres.

credits required for the Literature minor

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of students are assigned multiple advisers devoted to guiding them through their four years at WOU

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of students who apply to WOU are selected for admission

student clubs and organizations are waiting to welcome you in

Highlights of the program

    • Learn how literature relates to culture, society, individuals and your own community
    • Explore new genres and literary movements to gain appreciation and expand your world view
    • Get the skills you need to write well-founded communications that will be necessary on the job

Example Courses

Faculty

ANN BLISS

Associate Professor, Literature, English Studies Department
503-838-8368 | blissa@wou.edu | BELL 320

HENRY HUGHES

Professor, Literature/Writing, English Studies Department
503-838-9494 | hughesh@wou.edu | BELL 316

GAVIN KEULKS

Professor, Director of the Honors Program, Honors Program
503-838-8519 | keulksg@wou.edu | APSC 210

MARJORY LANGE

Professor, Literature/Humanities, English Studies Department
503-838-8307 | langem@wou.edu | BELL 319

THOMAS RAND

Professor, Literature, English Studies Department
503-838-8258 | randt@wou.edu | BELL 301

QUESTIONS - Literature Minor

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Contact Us

Phone: 503-838-8325
Fax:  503-838-8056

Email: soderlundl@wou.edu

Location: BELL 309