English prepares you to produce, understand, evaluate, analyze, and enjoy language in every medium of communication. You know how to play with words, and how to put them to work.
We know that English graduates become teachers, professors, poets, novelists, editors, comedy writers, screenwriters, speechwriters, playwrights, and journalists. They also work in marketing, finance, law, medicine, and public health.
They become industry executives, research consultants, radio and television hosts, and online media experts. They work with designers on podcasts, publications, and product development. Their skills are highly valued in government agencies, public service, the business community, and as policy wonks.