View the English Course Rotation schedule through 2013.
A degree in English affords you many opportunities—encompassing interdisciplinary relationships with rhetoric, communications, marketing, history, and art, among others.
Our graduates have gone directly to professional careers or have elected to continue their studies in graduate English programs. Others have selected law school or graduate programs in political science, public administration, library science, ministry, and many other disciplines.
You, too, can maximize your options with a degree in English!
Although career opportunities for English majors are varied and numerous, primarily because majors can think critically, write well and speak clearly, the following brief list describes some of those opportunities. The job descriptions come from the US Department of Labor; for more details, check out that web site: Occupational Outlook Handbook. Keep in mind that some of these positions also require graduate degrees, but your English degree will prepare you well for graduate work.
Since 2006, Wesleyan in
Burleson has served to help
residents of Johnson County in
completing a four-year degree.
“I love to teach literature
because I love it myself. I love
to read and talk about it. I
love being at home, reading a
novel, but being able to claim
I’m preparing for a class.”
School of Arts & Letters
Location: PUMC 2nd Floor
Hours: Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm