English
Course Descriptions
AML 2010– American Literature I (formerly AML 2011) 3 credits
American Literature from Colonial times to the Civil War. Pre-requisites are ENC 1101 and ENC 1102.
AML 2020 – American Literature II 3 credits
American Literature from the Civil War to the present. Pre-requisites are ENC 1101 and ENC 1102.
CRW 2001 – Creative Writing I 3 credits
Imaginative writing in selected genres.
CRW 2002 – Creative Writing II 3 credits
Imaginative writing in selected genres.
ENC 1101 – English Composition I 3 credits
First required general core course in college-level writing. Focuses on composing essays and other works using various methods of development. This course fulfils a Gordon Rule requirement.
Note: Must be completed with a grade of “C” or better.
ENC 1102 – English Composition II 3 credits
Required general education course in college-level writing. Focuses on composing informative and persuasive essays, writing responses to a variety of literary genres and/or non-fiction, and producing a document paper based on research, as well as observing the conventions of standard edited American English. This course fulfils a Gordon Rule requirement.
Note: Must be completed with a grade of “C” or better.
ENC 2300– Adv Composition and Communication (formerly ENC 2135) 3 credits
Addresses techniques of critical thinking, persuasion, and argumentation. Emphasis on refining composition skills and developing oral communication skills by examining and discussing a range of issues. Pre-requisites are: ENC 1101, ENC 1102 or equivalent with a grade of “C” or better. This course was formerly known as ENC 2106.
ENL 2012– English Literature 1 (formerly ENL 2011) 3 credits
A survey of major British writers from Chaucer through the 18th century period. Required for English majors. Pre-requisites are: ENC 1101, ENC 1102 or equivalent.
LIT 2000 – Introduction to Literature 3 credits
A variety of approaches to the study of literature.
LIT 2120 – A Survey of World Literature 2 3 credits
Explores masterpieces of world literature from the mid-renaissance to the present. Works studied exemplify the universality of human experience. This course fulfills a Gordon Rule requirement. Pre-requisites are: ENC 1101, ENC 1102 or equivalent.
LIT 2480 – Issues in Literature and Culture 3 credits
Explores literature as a form of cultural expression, as well as engages students in the critical process of analysis by connecting literary texts to cultural issues. Focuses on the study of literature as a socio-cultural response by writers to the world in which they live through oral and written assignments, and practical investigation. Fulfills the oral communications requirement and a Gordon Rule requirement.

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