In our ever-expanding world, having a unique narrative voice is the only way to stand out and be heard. Find yours, develop solid writing skills, and build your resume and experience with an English minor from Post University. This minor can lead to careers in education, technical writing, contract writing or paralegal work — or can be applied to business, communications, public service and other majors to better prepare you for your desired career field or graduate studies.
Program HighlightsAs an English minor student, you will be exposed to all elements of writing, including literature and poetry, and discover meaning in a variety of works, genres, and creative writing courses. Each English class in our program equips you with practical skills in communication, analysis, and social interaction:
Each English course is three credit hours and led by our experienced faculty, who bring real-world insights into the classroom. Internships are not required, but you may choose to pursue opportunities in the journalism, media, blogging or technical writing fields.
Whether you complete your studies at our Connecticut campus or online, our supportive staff are here to offer guidance throughout your educational journey, from enrollment to career placement. With the knowledge and abilities, you will learn at Post University; you can be a valuable addition to teams in a variety of environments.
An English minor is a great addition to any degree program because you’ll be able to utilize effective communication and verbal skills. Contact an admissions representative today and find out how an English minor can boost your marketability.
The university reserves the right to change or update the curriculum at any time. The university will notify students of any changes officially through the university website.
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