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English (B.A.)
English with Teaching Certification (B.A.)
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English B.A. Map
English B.A. with
     Teaching Certification Map
English B.A. Curriculum
     Planner

English B.A. Curriculum
     Planner
     (w/ Teaching Certification)

Or Minor Concentrations

English
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Professional Writing
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The Write Program
Tiger Tutoring 
Freshmen Composition
      Survival Page

Creative Writing
Sketches Literary Journal
I Want to Write Program
Soul Fire Poetry Workshop
Southern Word Poet
     Lecture Series

Professional Development
Career Development Center
From Pupil to Professional 
 Certification Program(New!)
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Extra Curricular Activities
Soul Fire Poetry &
     Spoken Word Workshop
Sigma Tau Delta
Film Studies Club (New!)
Writers' Block Spoken
     Word Org.

Foreign Language Table
The Meter (TSU's Newspaper)
Study Abroad Opportunities
Gay Straight Alliance (GSA)

Professional Organizations
Modern Language Association
    * South Central MLA
American Psychological
     Association

College Language Association
National Council of English
     Teachers

  "What will you do with an English Degree? Plenty."  by Michael Bérubé (CNN)