Division Chair: Dr. G. Todd Davis
Literature, Language and Philosophy, central to a Liberal Arts Curriculum, offers the Bachelor of Arts degree in English, and certification in teaching English, as well as minor programs in Creative Writing, English, Foreign Languages, Journalism, and Philosophy. The English major provides students with a flexible curriculum, designed to provide the training and marketable skills sought by law schools, public relations firms, advertising agencies, and graduate school programs. To that end, the English major develops the writing and textual analysis skills which are crucial to an increasingly information-laden, text-oriented world in which the average employee will change careers at least five times before retirement. Majors complete both a set of core requirements and courses in a concentration of their choice: Literature, Creative Writing, or English with Teaching Certification. The Division also offers minor programs in English, French, Spanish, Philosophy, Creative Writing, and Journalism. These minor programs are designed to complement the major programs offered by Kentucky State University and to provide students with additional flexibility and breadth of academic training.
Division Contact Information
Dr. G. Todd Davis
Division of Literature, Languages, and Philosophy
Kentucky State University
400 East Main Street
Frankfort, KY 40601