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English Department at Lehman College

From the Chair

Paula LoscoccoWelcome to the English Department at Lehman College, CUNY. We are a vibrant community of readers, writers, scholars, and professionals made up of students and faculty from the Bronx, New York City, and the surrounding tri-state area. Our diverse course and program offerings are available via both web-enhanced courses featuring stimulating face-to-face discussions (in smart classrooms and our new Multimodal Learning Lab) and online or hybrid courses for working or distance students. 




Our Students Include:

  • Undergraduate Majors in English Literature, Creative Writing, or Professional Writing who want to develop the intellectual range and analytical and research skills required for professional careers.
  • The 40 talented, hard-working and ambitious Majors in the Department's multi-year English Honors Program (EHP), of which a dozen or so write senior honors theses each year, doing pre-professional research and writing in one-on-one tutorials with faculty mentors.
  • Undergraduate Minors in English Literature, Creative Writing, Professional Writing or the interdisciplinary minor in Professional Communications (open to all majors including English) who want to strengthen their transcripts with evidence of their training in analysis, research, and online writing.
  • Graduate Students pursuing an affordable first-rate MA in English who want to reap the rewards of working with nationally recognized scholars and creative writers in small seminar settings.  Plus students in other Lehman graduate programs—including the MS-English Education, the MA in Liberal Studies, and the MS-Literacy Studies—as well as non-degree students looking for pre-MA or post-MA graduate courses in Literature, Writing and Rhetoric, Creative Writing, and (soon!) Professional Writing.
  • Undergraduate students seeking General Education and Writing Intensive courses in English, American, and world literatures in English.  Plus upper-level students from all majors—including Business, Nursing, Health Science, Education, Speech Pathology, Sociology, Social Work—seeking advanced training in professional writing.
  • The English Department offers one-on-one Advising for all students taking courses above the General Education level, including graduating seniors and graduate students planning their profession-level academic careers.

Upcoming Events Meet the Faculty English Majors
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