Thursday, May 7 – San Joaquin Review reading
7pm, Alice Peters Auditorium (PB 191)
Featuring the release of the new 2015 journal
Friday, May 8 – MA Thesis Presentations at Pecha Kucha
7pm, Mia Cuppa Cafe in the Tower District
Featuring William Anderson, Katie Beberian, Jeremiah Henry, and Alyse Yeargan
Technology in English
In the Fall of 2014, Dr. John Beynon redesigned his British Literature class through the new DISCOVERe technology initiative. Students and Dr. Beynon used tablets and electronic texts to explore, discuss and write about literature together.
Programs in English
Students who study English at Fresno State explore the power of language and literature around the world. They learn to write well for a variety of purposes and engage a wide range of texts, from Shakespeare to graphic novels. Class sizes are small. We believe the best English classrooms are communities in which students and teachers work together to analyze, apply, and construct meaning. Every year faculty design courses in response to changes in the field and student interests. Recent topics include Literature of the Central Valley, Multiethnic Memoir, Victorian Children's Literature and Sports Writing.
But — what can you DO with an English degree? What can’t you do? With honed communication skills and an eye for analysis, English graduates gain an edge in many fields. They become counselors, teachers, lawyers, technical writers, editors, filmmakers, business owners, policy analysts, and even doctors.
At the graduate level, the Department offers a Teaching Credential Program, a Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing, a Master of Arts degree with options in Literature and Composition Theory, a Certificate of Advanced Study in Composition, and a Certificate of Special Study in Creative Writing.