British Studies Minor
Department of Social Sciences and History
Becton College/Wroxton College
The British Studies Minor is designed to offer Becton students who study for the fall/spring semester at Wroxton College the opportunity to earn a minor that recognizes Wroxton.
Choose any 15 credits of British-centered curriculum taken during a fall or spring semester to qualify for the minor, but EXCLUDING Cross-Cultural Perspectives (UNIV 2001) and Global Issues (UNIV 2001).
Becton/Wroxton Summer Courses
Choose either 3 or 6 of the following credits, a program offered jointly every odd year with course sessions at Becton followed by two weeks at Wroxton with site tours in England and France. One can also use an authorized substitute course from another Wroxton summer program.
Choose any 3 of the following credits beyond the 12 to 15 relevant credits taken at Wroxton. One can also use an authorized substitute course.
- LITS 3020 Eighteenth-Century British Literature
- LITS 3021 Victorian Age
- LITS 3054 Romanticism
- LITS 3073 Irish Literature
- LITS 3201 British Writers
- LITS 3212 Chaucer
- LITS 3213 Shakespeare I
- LITS 3214 Shakespeare II
- LITS 3230 Jane Austin: Fiction and Film
- LITS 3301 The English Language
- HIST 3350 The U.S. as a Continental Power: 1607-1898
Total Hours (15 credit hours)