The power
of Language

English

Understanding and changing the world with words

English programs at Trinity teach students to engage the world through imaginative and critical language. Students learn how reading and writing shape culture and perspective—and the power that brings to how language is used. Taught from a Christian perspective, classes work to create students who can build lives making a difference in the world using the incredible power of words.

Majors

Major

English

At Trinity, we see language as a God-given gift to humankind. The English program prepares you to be critical readers and careful writers who respond to the culture around you.

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Major

English Education

With a B.A. in English Education, you will graduate from Trinity equipped to teach others about the beauty of language and how to become critical readers and careful writers.

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Major

Writing & Web Design

Your love of words and web design can set you on the path to your career. Trinity’s writing and web design B.A. draws on courses from a variety of programs.

Minors

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Minor

English Education Minor

With a minor in English Education, you will graduate from Trinity equipped to teach others about the beauty of language and how to become critical readers and careful writers

Minor

English Minor

A minor in English can prepare you for an exciting future. You will learn to think clearly, analyse carefully, organize material, and present results in clear and precise language.

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Minor

Writing

No matter what your major is, a minor in writing will be invaluable throughout any career you chose. You will take courses in both Communication Arts and English, as well as writing-intensive classes.

Faculty Focus

Erick Sierra

Associate Professor of English

“What role does the thinking, feeling Christian stand to play, however, in the work of healing?” In his courses, Dr. Erick Sierra seeks to boldly confront this fractured condition as it presents itself in 20th century literature.