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Honours (specialized) BA Program – ENPR

The Specialized Honours Degree in English and Professional Writing (ENPR) requires 78 credits in the major.

1000-level (15 credits)

  • AP/WRIT 1700 9.0 (Y) Process and Practice (note: counts as 6 credits towards the major)
  • AP/PRWR 1007 3.0 (F) Rhetoric
  • AP/EN 1001 3.0 (F) Introduction to Literary Study
  • AP/EN 1002 3.0 (W) Intertextualities

2000-level (18 credits)

  • AP/WRIT 2720 6.0 (Y) Prose: Style & Argument
  • AP/WRIT 2300 3.0 (Y) Writer's Introduction to Research
  • AP/WRIT 2710 3.0 (F) Grammar and Proofreading
  • six (6) credits from 2000-level AP/EN courses, not in Professional Writing

Note: students may complete a maximum of six (6) credits from the 2200 series of AP/EN courses for major credit in English and Professional Writing.

3000- and 4000-level (18-24 credits)

  • PRWR stream required courses (15 credits)
  • six (6) credits in 3000-level AP/EN courses, not in Professional Writing
  • twelve (12) credits in 4000-level AP/EN courses, not in Professional Writing

English Curriculum Area/Category Requirements in the ENPR Program

Students who began this program prior to FW 09/10 will continue to follow the old English curriculum. Students beginning this program as of FW 09/10, must follow the new English Dept. curriculum (see the English supplemental calendar).

Under the old curriculum (prior to FW 09/10), all English courses (above the 1000 level) were placed in seven areas. Please consult the English Department's calendar for a listing of courses by area. Students following the old curriculum must complete courses from three of the areas (other than area 7) as follows:

  • at least six (6) credits chosen from area 4.1 or 4.2 at the 3000 or 4000 level
  • nine (9) credits chosen from two areas other than areas 4.1, 4.2 or 7, including at least six (6) credits from one of area 1, area 2, area 3, area 4.3, area 5 or area 6

Students following the new English curriculum must complete the required number of credits from the new curricular categories as follows:

  • Six (6) credits at the 2000 level from Categories A, B or C
  • Six (6) credits at the 3000 level from Category C – British
  • Six (6) credits at the 4000 level from Categories A or B
  • Six (6) credits at the 4000 level from Category C