Benjamin Sparks, a Masters of Arts student in Applied Linguistics, recently presented at the East Central Writing Center Association Conference (ECWA).
Everyone knows English majors can't get jobs. Except the employers who hire them. College kids - and their parents - think a humanities degree is useless. But businesses want students who can write and think critically.
English majors graduate from our program with a wide range of marketable skills. They work in education, in business, in entertainment, and in the non-profit sector.