With a bachelor’s degree in English, students will gain knowledge of American, British, and world literature as they develop proficiency in written communication. It is an excellent choice for students who enjoy literature and want to develop the essential skills of reading, independent critical thinking, and polished writing and analysis.
Students may choose concentrations in either Literature or Creative Writing, and they may opt for either the Bachelor of Arts or the Bachelor of Science degree in either concentration. The BA degrees provide excellent preparation for students who are planning to pursue graduate study. The BS degrees do not include the modern language requirement, thereby permitting students more freedom to explore other areas of study. Literature courses require extensive writing and critical analysis of texts, as well as giving students a culturally rich and historically aware perspective. Creative writing classes introduce students to the genres of writing available to them and prepare them for the competitive world of professional writing.
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Come enjoy a night of music featuring UB faculty members!
The evening performance will include Dan Arcamone on guitar, Henry Lugo on bass, and Jason Kruk on drums.
Students interested in graduate programs at the University of Bridgeport are welcome to join us at our Waterbury location for information regarding the application process and program details.
The graduate programs represented will include those in:
- Public and International Affairs
Join us for a guest recital featuring music for piano and percussion from Yale University’s Icarus Quartet!
Join us for the 14th Annual Pipescreams event, featuring University of Bridgeport and Sacred Heart University choirs, and the Greater Bridgeport Chapter, American Guild of Organists (AGO).
Plus, celebrate Halloween while you attend! Prizes for best costumes will be awarded.
Ticket Information: $15/$9 students/free for children under 10.
Purchase at the door, or call the United Congregational Church at 203-335-3107.