Andrews University’s English Department, located in Nethery Hall (pictured above), provides a long and varied list of classes each term to encourage you to satiate your curiosity about literature, literary history, culture and film. In courses from a Film Evaluation class to a Tanzania Study Tour, teachers provide opportunities for analysis, discussion, and enjoyment of many different forms of the spoken and written word.
 
        - Appreciate cultural and artistic expression?
- Want to become a more creative thinker?
- Enjoy debate and dialogue about ideas?
- Love spending time reading and writing?
- Want a degree that will give you the skills for a wide variety of careers?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you should consider pursuing a degree in English Literature, English Education, Writing or TESOL.

Our Mission Statement

      The Andrews University Department of English constitutes a vital component of this distinctive Seventh-day Adventist institution of   higher learning. It draws together a diverse community of learners committed to seeking knowledge, affirming faith, and changing the world. Within the framework of Christian faith and purpose, it develops graduates who are competent, creative and critical readers, writers and thinkers, capable of a variety of careers and scholarly pursuits.