Completion of first-year requirements with no failures. Students must have an average of at least 70% in 3.0 principal courses, including 1.0 course from English 1000 to English 1999 plus 2.0 additional courses with no mark in these principal courses below 60% (Principal courses refers to the next two courses with the highest grades).
1.0 course in a Survey of Literary Traditions from: English 2301E, English 2401E, English 2501E, English 2601E; or the former English 2307E, the former English 2308E, the former English 2309E, the former English 2310E.
1.0 course in Theory from: English 2200 to English 2260, English 3200 to English 3210, Theatre Studies 3205F/G.
1.0 course from: English 2100 to English 2999.
1.0 course in Language or Medieval Literature and Language from: English 3300 to English 3319; or the former English 3001, the former English 3012, the former English 3115E, the former English 3116E.
1.0 course in Renaissance or Eighteenth-Century Literature from: English 3320 to English 3349, English 3440 to English 3449, English 3540 to English 3549, English 3640 to English 3649; or the former English 3224E, the former English 3226E, the former English 3227E, the former English 3228F/G (but not English 3333E (Huron), the former English 3444E, the former English 3446F/G).
1.0 course in Post-1800 Literature from: English 3350 to English 3399, English 3450 to English 3499, English 3550 to English 3599, English 3650 to English 3699, English 3700 to English 3799, English 3850 to English 3899; or the former English 3444E, the former English 3446F/G, the former English 3554E.
1.0 course from: English 2000 to English 3999; or, Medieval Studies, Theatre Studies, or Writing numbered 2200 to 3999; or Classical Studies 3100E.
1.0 course from: English 3000 to English 3999.
1.0 course from: English 3000 to English 4999.
1.0 course from: English 4000 to English 4999.
Note: In the course of the module, at least 0.5 of the student's course work (numbered English 2100 or above) must examine issues of diversity. A list of suitable courses is maintained on the Department website.
Note: French or a foreign language is recommended for students intending to apply to graduate schools or professional programs.