If the world's a stage (as the Bard says), then English majors play the lead.
As writers, marketers, business leaders, teachers, and communicators in many fields, graduates of the LVC English program shape strategies; provide clear, concise, and crucial information; educate the next generation to be thoughtful critical thinkers; and, through their creativity, contribute to culture and society.
The ENG 299 Professionalization course will prepare you to discover, apply for, and thrive in a career that aligns with your goals and interests.
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As an English student at LVC, you can specialize in a few different areas: journalism and communications, literature, film, or theater. It’s easy to combine your interests by choosing double or even triple majors and performing with LVC’s popular Wig & Buckle Theater Company. Write and publish for the school newspaper, La Vie Collegienne, or our literary magazine, Green Blotter. Need-based departmental scholarships are available.
You’re in Good Company
Your professors at LVC will be a source of inspiration: They’ll work side-by-side with you to create an academic journey and a career pathway that helps you imagine the brilliant future that lies ahead.
Writing: A Life
LVC regularly welcomes visiting authors for readings, workshops, and classroom visits..
Through an internship, you’ll explore possible career paths, gain workplace experience, and build networks and references.
Every career requires skills in observation, analysis, collaboration, and communication. As you pursue your English degree, you’ll develop the ability to innovate, see what others miss, and express yourself in compelling, well-constructed language. These are just a few of the wide variety of career opportunities enjoyed by our graduates. For more, check out this short video made by students, faculty, and alumni.
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In Their Words
Assistant Professor of English
Advisor of La Vie Collegienne