Prepare to meet the challenges of the future in this unique and innovative degree program in which you improve your cultural competence and harness new and emerging technology to develop humanistic solutions for environmental, societal and global issues.

You can explore all areas of English --- literature, creative writing, linguistics and creative nonfiction --- from anywhere in the world. The online English degree program is flexible and dynamic, allowing you to tailor your program of study to your unique needs and interests.

ASU's creative writing concentration gives you an opportunity to develop a literary voice that serves your academic, professional and artistic goals. Renowned, award-winning writers guide your engagement in supportive and rigorous workshops that enable your expressive growth.

Prepare yourself to thrive in a global society by exploring the origin and use of language in a variety of cultures. Enter an exciting field of study that prepares you for a variety of careers or for graduate study, including ASU's accelerated English linguistics program, BA/MTESOL or BA/MA in linguistics or applied linguistics.

Travel a world of literature as you read and analyze classic and modern texts. Begin your adventure here, where your studies will expose you to new cultures and perspectives, encouraging you to consider humanity and your place within it.

Inspire the minds of future leaders by teaching English at the high school level. Leading education scholars mentor you in methods of teaching English, which you put to use during professional field experiences and student teaching, preparing you for certification in the state of Arizona.

Enact social change by creating compelling arguments, engaging in collaborative problem-solving and transforming words into action. This program is for those who want to be on the cutting edge of knowledge. You can use technology, language and design to make a lasting impact.

Do you wonder how film and media shape our ever-changing world? Explore how film and media are made and interpreted and how they impact our society, through courses that engage with the creative, historical and technical practices of film and media.