Byu’s English major at UTEP is about to get a boost from its major university.
The university’s new English major has a starting class of 8, which will double the number of students it currently has.
The university also announced a new graduate program for those interested in taking courses in the major.
The new English majors are in a similar spot as the English majors of other universities in Utah.
Other schools that offer an English major include the University of Utah and Brigham Young University.BYU’s English program is set to open in 2019.BYP, UTEP, and other schools that also offer an online English major are trying to attract students from Utah to enroll in the degree program.BYPU and the university’s parent company, University of the Pacific, have announced plans to create a partnership to attract prospective English majors from the state of Utah.BYUSA President John Burt said the new program will allow the university to compete for international students.BYUs English program will be a significant investment for UTEP.BYUP President David Miller said he’s hopeful that students from UTEP will consider the degree offered by the university.BYUB President Jim Riddle said that a major in English will help to boost UTEP’s standing in the world of higher education.BYUSP is trying to recruit students from the Utah area who want to pursue a degree in higher education and are currently enrolled in other universities.BYEU President Mike Smith said that the university has a large number of international students and that the English major could be a major factor in attracting them.BYUSD Vice President of Strategic Initiatives Jim Laskowski said that it will be interesting to see what the program will look like at UTPA, which has been working to increase its enrollment in English.BYAUSP’s president said that English is a great subject for the university, but that it is the language of the people.BYUA President John W. Schott said that UTEP and the UTEP community is very interested in English as a foreign language.BYOI President Paul Knebel said that if UTEP graduates students with the language and the knowledge to apply to the United States in a high-demand field, the university will have the opportunity to compete with other universities that offer English majors.BYPA President Jim Lassiter said that his department will be looking to recruit and retain students with strong English skills.BYUF President Tom McBride said that there is a very good chance that the new English program at UTAP will lead to more international students to Utah.