NOTE: Concerns about enrolling in English 1001 or 1002 should be directed to Debra Jelacic at 414-288-1976.
The First-Year English Program at Marquette University is designed to help students learn to communicate effectively. To that end, the program develops students' reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills via critical literacy, which is the ability to express ideas, values and beliefs effectively in a variety of situations. To foster Critical Literacy, the FYE Program offers a two-course writing sequence: English 1001, Rhet/Comp 1, Academic Literacy, and English 1002, Rhet/Comp 2, Public Sphere Literacy.
The six credits of English 1001 and 1002 together satisfy the learning outcomes of the Rhetoric Knowledge Area of the University Core of Common Studies, which stipulate that at the completion of core studies the student will be able to:
English 1001, Rhetoric and Composition 1, Academic Literacy (more details)
Students learn to:
English 1002, Rhetoric and Composition 2, Public Sphere Literacy (more details) Students learn to
Marquette University's First-year English Program offers students ways of understanding the world and acting within their communities, via language, for the greater good of all. Thus, the FYE Program serves MU’s Jesuit mission of creating women and men for others.
Dr. Angela Sorby, Director of FYE effective May 20, 2013
Marquette Hall 115C; 414.288.7263
Brian Kenna, M.A., Assistant Director of FYE
Marquette Hall 115D; 414.288.1553