Advisement

Undergraduate Advising

The department provides advisement for undergraduate students who have declared or changed their major to English and to incoming transfer students. Undergraduate students should plan to meet with an adviser initially to review university and department requirements and to set up a program of study. Subsequent appointments with a departmental adviser are strongly encouraged to plan schedules and ensure progress towards the degree.

For questions about university requirements and general education, undergraduate English majors can also take advantage of the College of Arts and Letters advisement center. College advisers can help with planning lower division and general education courses and with questions about university requirements and services. Questions about the degree requirements in English should, however, be directed to an English Department adviser.

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Graduate Advising

The department provides advisement for new and current graduate students. Graduate students should plan to meet with a graduate adviser initially to review university and department requirements and to set up a program of study. This initial appointment should occur prior to enrollment in the first term. Subsequent appointments with the graduate adviser are strongly encouraged to ensure progress towards the degree.

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To View Roadmaps to Graduation

Visit the English Department Roadmaps to Graduation

To View Information for Prospective Transfer Students

Visit Information for Prospective Transfer Students

To Find Advising Worksheets and Handouts

Visit the English Department Worksheets and Handouts page

To Make an Appointment with an English Department Adviser

Call the English Department at 323-343-4140, or

Visit the Advisement Office (E&T A638)

To Make an Appointment with a College of Arts & Letters Adviser

Visit the College's Online Appointment System, or

Call the College Advisement Center at 323-343-4015, or

Visit the College Advisement Center (MUS 209)

To Learn More about University Policies and Procedures

Visit the University Academic Advisement Center