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Unformatted text preview: beginning. This belief gave rise to specialization of the standard course of study. This specialization continues today in all areas. In my discipline, law, specialization begins with obtaining an English major, on the pre-law track in a special language and cultural studies track. After this degree is earned, a student can then move on to law school. However, while higher education tends to be more specialized, all students are still given a rounded education. All students receive a broad education in grade school and, even in college, must take courses in order to satisfy the universitys core requirements, which force a student to take classes in many different areas to ensure that the person has more knowledge than his or her major provides. Works Cited McComiskey, Bruce. "Introduction." English Studies: An Introduction to the Discipline(s). Ed. Bruce McComiskey. Urbana, Illinois: National Council of Teachers of English, 2006. 1-65....
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