After Graduation

After Graduation ​​

Graduates from the Department of English at Grove City College have found productive careers in education, publishing, journalism, public relations, library and information science, non-profit organizations, teaching English abroad, online writing and editing, law, ministry, and more.
 
Many students majoring in English continue their studies after Grove City College in competitive graduate and professional programs. Recent graduates have been admitted to programs at New York University, Oxford University, the University of Chicago, the University of Virginia, the University of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania State University and others.  Areas of graduate study have included English and American Literature, Law, Seminary, Information and Library Science, Education, and more.​

 

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Minor in Interdisciplinary Classics

Grove City College students can earn a minor in interdisciplinary classics. Requirements include 21 credit hours of English, Greek, history, philosophy, political science and Latin.

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Minor in Studio Art

Students minoring in studio art may choose from a broad selection of courses including drawing and painting, ceramics, sculpture, print-making, history and appreciation of art, elements of design, history of pueblo pottery and photography.​

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Current Students

​Each year, talented students from around the world bring their intellect, work ethic and enthusiasm to Grove City College and make the most of all the Department of English and the campus have to offer.

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Minor in English

Students complete 18 credit hours of course requirements to minor in English and may choose from a wide variety of courses.

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Minor in Theatre

​A minor in theatre offers students the opportunity to develop both an appreciation of dramatic literature and skills in the various arts and crafts of the theatre.

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English Major Leading to 7-12 Certification in English

In addition to completing 85 credit hours of major coursework, students are exposed to real-life teaching situations during field experiences and student teaching.
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