This program offers the study of literature, the English language, and the process of writing.
|Full-time:||3 years / 4 years|
|Starting in:||January, September|
|Tuition Fee:||15,240 CAD per year|
|Location:||Winnipeg Campus, Winnipeg, Canada|
Studies in English enrich your enjoyment and understanding of all forms of literature. In the English program you will read a wide variety of texts, study the English language, and investigate and practice the process of writing. You will be asked to consider questions such as how culture, gender, ethnicity, race, social class, and/or historical context affect the texts you read.
The English Department offers courses in literary periods that range from classic to contemporary, focusing on writers from Geoffrey Chaucer and William Shakespeare to Carol Shields and Tomson Highway. The department also offers courses in historical periods, genres, children’s literature, women and literature, popular literature, gay and lesbian literature, creative writing, language and linguistics.
Students of English develop excellent analytic, reading, and writing skills, which are assets in almost any career. Critical readers and writers are required in many professions, including business, law, medicine, politics, and public service. More directly, the study of English leads to careers in teaching or to careers that involve writing and research, including advertising, journalism, publishing, and public relations.
What our students say
“It was a wonderful experience being a student at The University of Winnipeg. High calibre faculty challenged me to do my best. I believe I benefited from the small collegial atmosphere of the university with professors who are available and accessible to students. It helped make me the student I was then and the teacher I am now.”
Nicole Rosevere (BA Hons. English), freelance writer and high school teacher.