English courses can help students develop a wide range of skills that are beneficial
in all areas of life. Critical thinking and effective communication skills, for example,
are in high demand among employers. These kinds of skills also help people to be more
active, engaged, and thoughtful regarding making change in the world. Learning how
to scaffold thinking, research, reading, and writing processes can help with the rest
of a student's degree program.
The menu to your right includes links to our course offerings, faculty and staff contact
information, the Writing Center, English related events and publications, current
department initiatives, and additional English resources. Feel free to stop by or
contact the English Department if you have any further questions: Nestor Hall 420,
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., (614) 287-2531.