English Courses



*Note: English courses may depend upon the degree program.  In order to take English 111, you must take  the placement test or have the equivalent of transfer credit(s). This will determine English class placement. If you have to take English 080, you must make a "C" or better to continue on to English 090.  You must make a "C" or better in English 090 to continue  on to English 111. If you make a "C" or better in English 111, you may register for other level English courses.  If you have questions or concerns, you need to speak with your advisor.*

Advancement Studies English

(For Catalog descriptions of the following ENG prefix courses, click here.) 

  • ENG 060 Speaking English Well
  • ENG 080 Writing Foundations
  • Eng 085 Reading and Composition Strategies
  • Eng 085a Reading and Composition Strategies Lab
  • ENG 090 Composition Strategies
  • ENG 090A Composition Strategies Lab
  • Eng 095 Reading and Composition Strategies
  • Eng 095a Reading and Composition Strategies Lab

 


Composition

  • ENG 111 Expository Writing
  • ENG 112 Argument-Based Research
  • ENG 113 Literature-Based Research
  • ENG 114 Professional Research and Reporting

Creative Writing and Journalism

  • ENG 125 Creative Writing I
  • ENG 126 Creative Writing II
  • JOU 110 Introduction to Journalism 
  • Jou 216 Writing for Mass Media (alternate semesters)
  • Jou 217 Feature/Editorial Writing (alternate semesters)
  • Hum 160 Introduction to Film

Literature

  • ENG 133 Introduction to the Novel
  • ENG 231 American Literature I
    (Prerequisite for ALL 200 level courses: completion of first-year college composition, six semester hours) 
  • ENG 232 American Literature II
  • ENG 241 British Literature I
  • ENG 242 British Literature II
  • ENG 251 Western World Literature I
  • ENG 252 Western World Literature II
  • ENG 253 The Bible as Literature
  • ENG 273 African-American Literature
  • ENG 275 Science Fiction

Note: Eng 231 and Eng 232 do not have to be taken in sequence. Both give the same credit hours and are transferrable.

Note: Eng 241 and Eng 242 do not have to be taken in sequence. Both give the same credit hours and are transferrable.

Courses Offered for Specific Programs

  • ENG 101 Applied Communications I

NOTE: For the CURRENT SCHEDULE of courses and sections offered by the Division, click here.