Bachelor's Degree Program


Imagine yourself writing award-winning web content, advising governments on policy and strategy, or managing a mission-driven team in education, health care, or the arts sector. Maybe you like to coordinate folk festivals, research local culture, teach others about literature or writing, or unearth lost manuscripts. These are some examples of where the study of English can lead.

Through this program you will learn about authors from around the globe as well as diverse genres, literary periods, and cultures of reading and writing. You will also develop critical thinking and writing skills that will enhance your learning style and strengthen your communications skills.

Sample Courses

  • Contemporary Indigenous Literature in Canada
  • Early Modern Horror
  • The Novel and the City
  • Adapting Shakespeare
  • Nineteenth-Century Lives
  • Queer Theories
  • James Joyce
  • Canadian Cultural Studies

Career Opportunities

Graduates find jobs as writers, publishers, editors, advertisers, politicians, managers, and journalists. They also enter professional programs such as law and education.


Quick Facts

Program: Bachelor of Arts in English Bachelor of Arts Honours in English
Length: 4 years
Offered Through: University of Regina Campion College First Nations University of Canada Luther College
Faculty: Faculty of Arts
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