Bachelor of Arts in English
Rachael Wolfenden, a 2016 graduate, is using her English degree as the Medical Editor for FORCE Communications in Indianapolis.
Fill in the Blank: CU Writing Center Podcast
Listen to English professor Isaac Mayeux’s interview with Dr. Thomas White, President of Cedarville University, where they discuss the ambitions of hamburgers, Jean-Claude Van Damme, how Dr. White became an English major, and the importance of academic rigor.
Acclaimed writers representing a variety of genres visit campus each year to interact with students, teach master classes within the creative writing minor, and give readings.
Rafting Trip – New River, WV
Who said English majors have to be boring? It’s not all about reading and writing, we like to have and build community too. Fun activities outside of class, like this recent rafting trip, help build relationships and a strong communities of like-minded students.
English, Literature, and Modern Languages
The Department of English, Literature, and Modern Languages inspires students to observe well, think well, and write well.
Innovative writing mentor program featured at conference
Three Cedarville faculty members and a student mentor presented at the annual ECWCA conference this spring.
We’re proud of our successful graduates! 100% of 2016 graduates from the Department of English, Literature, and Modern Languages were employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation. Check out Cedarville’s other placement rates.
English Program Curriculum
Building on your core liberal arts and Bible minor courses, you will acquire the critical skills you need to study literature across periods and genres. You will be able to travel abroad with Cedarville professors, hone editorial skills, minor in creative writing, and explore a wide range of special topics courses.
This major is offered with either a three-year or four-year completion plan.
- C.S. Lewis and the Inklings
- Introduction to Creative Writing