Students may take all or only part of the course offerings listed below.
American Studies 083 (Am St 083) 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.
Sequence of Courses, Spring SemesterEnglish 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.