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About English Majors

A few of us actually become teachers, a worthy goal, but only one among many directions in which English graduates go to make a living...

ULM graduates with both a Bachelor's and a Master's degree often go on to graduate school or teaching, but eventually 70% of all English majors make their way into more worldly occupations.

See, that's the thing about English: If you have a degree in English, you can do just about anything because you've been trained to read, produce, and evaluate all kinds of documents from Volkswagen maintenance manuals to scientific treatises, from legal briefs to sermons, from John Donne's poetry to TV scripts.

 

News & Bulletins


posterULM Feminist Series 2016

The ULM English Program in the School of Humanities presents the series “Equality Across the Disciplines: Am I a Feminist?”Over the next few months the series will include several free events including lectures, panel forums, and multiple social activities.  

 

freshmanULM announces freshman essay contest winners

President Nick J. Bruno, officials in the English program, and the Summer Reader Committee at the University of Louisiana at Monroe honored the winners of the Freshman Essay Contest during a special ceremony at the ULM Library.

 

mugDr. Jana Giles publishes article on teaching environmental humanities

Dr. Jana M. Giles, associate professor of English at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, has had her latest article, “Integrating Ecocriticsm into a New Graduate English Course in a Southern Public Regional University.”

 

 

 

 

Student Resources


 The Write Place

An informal and comfortable space where writers can talk about their writing concerns with tutors who are willing to listen, share, and respond. 

 

Computer-assisted Composition Classrooms
CCC gives all ULM students access to a sophisticated computer-assisted writing environment.

 

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