Fall 2020 - EN 385X/HON 495X: "The Stratford Festival"
A field-based course designed to give NMU students an opportunity to experience first-hand Canada’s world-renowned Stratford Festival. Travel dates for 2020 are August 17-22.
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Winter 2020 Registration is Open
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Faculty members work closely with students, encouraging interaction and lively discussion in and outside of the classroom. Immersive learning abounds. You can attend visiting writer readings; work on the nationally-known Passages North literary journal, the student-published North Wind newspaper, or the online student writing journal, The Lightkeeper; travel to and present at scholarly conferences; or intern in journalism, technical writing and editing; train for and get experience in Teaching English to Students of Other Languages.
Many employers prefer job candidates with an English degree because of their ability to analyze complex material and communicate clearly. The department boasts a 100 percent placement rate for English education graduates. Many of our other students go on to careers in publishing, technology, public relations, technical writing, advertising, law and government service, or continue on to graduate school.
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