English majors at UToledo master the communication and “people” skills that can launch their careers in fields from law and government to teaching and journalism.
“What can’t an English major do?”
An English degree from The University of Toledo offers flexibility in today’s quickly changing job market. UToledo educates creative readers and writers who use language effectively and communicate clearly. Employers, no matter what field, value these skills.
UToledo’s English majors read great literature and think hard about the complicated circumstances of the human condition.
There is considerable integration between the two concentrations we offer. Literature is a standard part of the creative writing curriculum and vice versa.
The door is wide open for UToledo English majors in any number of careers. English courses enhance and enable essential career skills, including:
Graduates find jobs as editors, teachers, journalists, public relations professionals, speech writers and ad writers. Or they use their skills in communication and analysis to venture into mass media, entertainment, politics, business and government.
The major also provides a solid background for students considering law or medical school, as well as graduate study in English or other fields.
UToledo English majors have found jobs as:
English majors have completed internships for credit at: