Studying literature gives you the analytical tools and writing skills employers in any industry covet.

An English-Literature degree from Susquehanna prepares you to make a difference and work for nonprofits, government entities or international relations.

Our graduates work for literary agencies, as social media gurus and for Fortune 500 companies. Some do advanced research in education, library and information science or public advocacy. Double majors with a literature background stand out on medical and law school applications.

We encourage teaching assistantships for insight into curriculum development and classroom management. Combined with an education degree, you’ll be ready to step right into the classroom and teach.

Two for one equals greater opportunities

Adding a literature major to our publishing and editing major is smart. It gives you a breadth of skills to analyze and create—to choose any path you desire.

We offer one of the only publishing and editing majors in the country. You’ll have ample opportunities to publish your own work and contribute to eight department-focused student publications.

Our interdisciplinary minors, like women’s studies and public policy, help you gain a better understanding of important topics in today’s world.

Engage and express

From studying forms of writing to analyzing Shakespeare, every class you take builds toward a senior capstone project-modeled on grad school programs-that challenges you to think more deeply about your past four years.

Creative outlets on campus for literature majors include the Literature Club, The Squirrel satire magazine or the Comic Book Club.

Words matter. Here, you’ll harness the power of language, while learning to express yourself with style and grace.

 

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Department of English & Creative Writing

514 University Ave.
Selinsgrove, Pa. 17870

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570-372-4196
englishdept@susqu.edu