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California becomes a State
Degrees of Separation
St. Ignatius College can confer college degrees
St. Ignatius College is Established
St. Ignatius College's prospectus noted that this "Literary Institution" had a curriculum of Latin, Greek, English, French, Spanish, poetry, rhetoric, elocution, history, geography, arithmetic, bookkeeping, math, moral and natural philosophy, and chemistry.
Augustus Bowie becomes the first graduate from St. Ignatius College having studied the required subject of English.
St. Ignatius College re-organizes its curriculum around several major academic units. It also listed eight English courses offered by the school. All undergraduates had to take an English class every semester in their Freshman and Sophomore years.
A Major Decision
English becomes an official major
Alan Heineman and Patricia L. Hill join the English Department.
The English Major--Mid-century
Required lower division courses for an English major included a two-semester course in Composition and Literature, a two-semester survey course in English Literature, and a course in the Principles of Poetry. Twenty-four units of upper division work were required for the major, drawn from courses such as Traditions of European Literature, Catholic Tradition in English Literature, English Drama, Introduction to Shakespeare, English Poetry in the Age of Romanticism, the Victorian Age, Browning, Modern American Literature, Milton, Chaucer, and Principles of Literary Criticism.
Carolyn Brown, aka Dr. Shakespeare, joins the English Department.
Rachel Crawford and Tracy Seeley both join the English Department.
Death in the Family
Ruth Aubrey, beloved Secretary of both the English Department and the Honors Program passes away after 30 years of service.
Eileen Fung joins the English Department.
Dean Rader and Susan Steinberg join the English Department.
Kimberly Garrett joins the English Department.
Ryan Van Meter joins the English Department.
Bruce Snider and Christina Garcia Lopez join the English Department.