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Senior Survey

Over the course of your English degree, you developed your critical thinking skills.
Over the course of your English degree, you improved your ability to analyze text and write effective arguments.
Over the course of your English degree, you improved your expessive and/or creative writing skills.
Over the course of your English degree, you used the library resources to complete a long research paper.
Over the course of your English degree, you used or thought critically about scholarly sources within your writing.
Recognizing that it would be impossible to cover everything in four years, you have an appreciation of literary history.
You have an appreciation for the ways literary theory is useful for thinking critically about culture and analyzing both literary and non-literary texts.
The lower-level courses (100 and 200-level) prepared you for the upper 300-level courses.
You feel prepared for a job, career, and/or graduate school.
You feel that the English faculty were sufficiently accessible and dedicated to your intellectual growth.
If you could go back in time and do your college career over again, you would major in English.