Laura Moss is Canadian Literature's new editorRead More
Margery Fee as McLean Chair, 2015-2017Read More
Essay Contest First Place Winner, Karoline PascianoRead More
Kudos to Jerry Wasserman on his 2 recent awardsRead More
Tiffany Potter wins a Killam Teaching PrizeRead More
A degree in English, in Literature or Language, is a particularly good bet for future-proofing an undergraduate degree--that is, for making an Arts degree useful in five years or twenty. Studies of university programs and career trajectories report, more and more, that graduates who can process texts, understand systems of signs, read critically, and communicate effectively are especially well positioned for employment. More>>
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