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Being an English major teaches you to think critically, to read analytically, and to express yourself persuasively in writing and speech—skills essential to a number of careers. All employers look for the ability to think critically and communicate effectively.
English majors go on to work in law, publishing, digital technologies and commerce, screenwriting, business, education, politics, arts, and medicine.
87% of SDSU English majors say that they have learned to read more perceptively and think more sharply, skills that apply to decision making and problem solving in the real world.
Read more about why you should major in English here:
35 careers your English major prepares you to pursue—including jobs in digital content development and commerce.
Need more career ideas? Check out 10 careers English majors can take on after graduation.
A colloquium, THATCamp: The Humanities and Technology Camp, on October 24th, seeks to create networks of collaboration between SDSU, UCSD, CSU San Marcos, and USD in the area of digital humanities. The event is organized by Professor Jessica Pressman. The event is free and open to the public, but advanced registration is required.
Hal Jaffe's Induced Coma has just been published by Anti-Oedipus Press. As noted in the publisher's description, this book "once again features Harold Jaffe writing to the Nth power, taking as his subject no less than the benighted globe... Induced Coma is a singular tour de force composed by one of the most innovative writers of our generation."
Alida Allison has been named this year's recipient of the Faculty and Staff Excellence Award from the President's Leadership Fund. In recognition of her stellar contributions to SDSU, she will receive an award of $5,000. Tremendous congratulations to Alida!
Bill Nericcio has been selected as the recipient of the 2013-2014 Teaching Excellence Award for Tenured Faculty in the College of Arts and Letters. Congratulations, Bill, on this well-deserved honor!
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