Students majoring in English choose from an assortment of courses in analytical and creative composition, literature of the United States and the world, and film studies. The degree prepares students for careers in journalism, editing, education, multimedia, communications, administration, public service, advertising, broadcasting, and other fields requiring excellent critical thinking and communication skills.
|List B, choose 3 units from the following:||Units|
|Any courses from List A not used above.||3 units|
|ENGL 161||Creative Writing I||3 units|
|ENGL 162||Creative Writing II||3 units|
|LIT. 151||Introduction to Shakespeare I||3 units|
|LIT. 252||Women Writers: Multicultural Perspectives||3 units|
|LIT. 266||Black Literature||3 units|
|LIT. 371||Mexican-American Literature||3 units|
|LIT. 372||Myth and Folklore of La Raza||3 units|
|LIT. 373||Latin American Literature in Translation||3 units|
|LIT. 375||Native-American Literature||3 units|
|LIT. 441||Survey of Film||3 units|
|LIT. 442||Film Study and Appreciation||3 units|
|List C, choose 3 units from the following:||Units|
|Any course from lists A or B not used above||3 units|
|ENGL 200||Introduction to Linguistics: A Survey of Language||3 units|
|LING 200||Introduction to Linguistics: A Survey of Language||3 units|
|DRAM 140||Introduction to the Theatre||3 units|
|SPAN 162||Latino Literature II||3 units|
And required General Education coursework and electives as needed to meet the minimum
60 units required for the Associate degree.
Please refer to the AA/AS Degree Requirements for more information.