Studying English is a great place to start if you are interested in exploring philosophy, history, psychology, religion, anthropology, sociology or politics.
You can also continue towards an associate of arts degree in English at Selkirk (two years) and then a bachelor of arts degree in English (two more years at a university).
Graduates of English enjoy successful careers because their skills are always in demand.
Employers hire English majors because they have advanced skills in writing and public speaking; critical thinking and creative problem-solving; research, analysis and interpretation.
In addition, employers like to work with English majors because these students have developed ethics, empathy, and an appreciation of diversity.
Our two-year English program will prepare you for entry into the third year of an English or arts program at most degree-granting institutions.
Here are some outcomes a student who graduates from English should expect.
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Applicants who lack the specific English admission requirements may still gain admission to the program with the understanding that they will successfully complete ENGL 66 Essential English course in the first year of their program.
This course must be completed to advance beyond 30 program credits.
The Academic English program allows students to build their English language skills and earn credits that can be used to transfer into a Selkirk College diploma or university transfer program.
No minimum TOEFL or IELTS score is needed for entry into the English Language Program.
Business English (advanced)
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Each ELP level takes approximately 4 months. (1 semester) to complete.
Each semester has 2 modules (7-8 weeks)
Academic Upgrading & Development:
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