The English program is intended to meet the needs of students desiring a strong liberal arts background and/or superior writing skills for the job market, offering the traditional English major as well as a major in professional writing. The Spanish language program with Adventist Colleges Abroad (ACA), provides students with an opportunity to acquire knowledge of the geography, culture, and language of a particular country. The program meets prerequisites for graduate school, and bilingual students find unlimited opportunities for service in the corporate world.
- English: Literature (B.A.)
- English: Language Arts Education (B.S.)
- English: Professional Writing (B.A.)
- English: TESOL (B.A)
- Spanish : Full-Year Abroad (B.A.)
- Spanish: Half-Year Abroad (B.A.)
EN 221 : Literature of African Peoples
This course introduces students to the literature of sub‐Saharan Africans, African Americans and West Indians. Prerequisite:
EN 351 : Creative Writing
Designed to meet the needs of those interested in developing skills in creative writing, fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.
Prerequisite: EN 112 and junior standing.
EN 412 : Linguistics
Introduction to the core subfields of linguistics (phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics/pragmatics), focusing on the essential formalisms and analytical techniques needed to pursue more specialized coursework in the field.
Prerequisites: EN 111/112 with a C or better and
EN 203 or permission of the instructor.
FR 201 : Intermediate French
A general review and continuation of grammar and vocabulary building, with special emphasis on the spoken language. Selected readings on French‐American life and culture.
Laboratory is required.
Prerequisite: FR 102
SP 457: Spanish Advanced Composition (W)
This course is designed to further develop Spanish communicative abilities, both verbal and written as well as to increase the knowledge and ability to comprehend a variety of forms of cultural production in the Spanish language.
(Formerly SP 457 Advance Composition and Conversation)
To our Students, Faculty, and Staff, Due to the current and ongoing challenges with WiFi access on campus, the IT Department has begun implementing alternative resources outside of the existing network. These resources will provide greater internet access to support...
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To our Oakwood Family, Friends, and Supporters: The 40-member Oakwood University Board of Trustees held an eight-hour working session on Monday, October 16th. They reviewed reports, institutional progress, and rumors surrounding the financial state of the University...