Sequence of Courses
Students may take all or only part of the course offerings listed below.
English 15 (ENG 15) 3 credits
Develops student skills in writing essays and doing research.
Comparative Literature 153 (Cm Lit 153) 3 credits
Responds critically to essays, short stories and films from throughout the world, with an emphasis on developing global and cultural knowledge.
American Studies 100 section 801 (AM ST 100 (801)) 3 credits
Introduces American culture and history and explores the values, practices and beliefs inherent within our country's social, political and ideological framework.
Language and Literacy Education (LLED 5) 3 credits
Develops effective strategies for reading and interpreting college texts, and assists students in developing effective study skills.
English 4 (ENG 004) 3 credits
Provides intensive instruction in writing sentences, paragraphs, and essays.
English 100 (ENG100) 3 credits
Provides instruction in grammar with emphasis on grammatical errors found in student writing.
English 005 (ENG 005) 1 credit
Offers intensive one-on-one help with writing. Students meet with a tutor at least once a week to brainstorm, edit, and revise writing.