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Students are recommended to complete their college-level English and Math classes within their first two semesters of college.

ENG 201 Creative Writing (3) Prerequisite: “C” or higher in ENG 100, OR Placement in ENG 201-296 Practice in writing poems and short stories which includes creative writing assignments, discussion of professional works, and discussion of each student’s writing. (3 hrs. lect. per week) ENG 209 Business and Managerial Writing (3) Prerequisite: “C’’ or higher in ENG 100, OR Placement in ENG 201-296 A study of business and managerial writing. Practice in writing letters, memos, procedures and reports, including a recommendation report requiring research, problem definition and solution proposals. (3 hrs. lect. per week) ENG 210 Writing Term Papers (3) Prerequisite: “C’’ or higher in ENG 100 OR, Placement in ENG 201-296 Practice in the skills needed in writing research papers and “term’’ papers: methods of gathering and evaluating primary and secondary evidence and of presenting arguments in convincing and logical expository prose. (3 hrs. lect. per week) ENG 250 American Literature (3) (DL) Prerequisite: “C’’ or higher in ENG 100, OR Placement in ENG 201-296 A study and analysis of major works of American literature with equal emphasis placed upon works created before and after 1900. Novels, short stories, poems, and modern drama are studied. (3 hrs. lect. per week) ENG 251 British Literature to 1800 (3) (DL) Prerequisite: “C’’ or higher in ENG 100, OR Placement in ENG 201-296 Study of major British works from the Middle Ages to 1800. (3 hrs. lect. per week) ENG 252 British Literature after 1800 (3) (DL) Prerequisite: “C’’ or higher in ENG 100, OR Placement in ENG 201-296 Study of major British works from 1800 to the present. (3 hrs. lect. per week) ENG 253 World Literature to 1600 (3) (DL) Prerequisite: “C’’ or higher in ENG 100, OR Placement in ENG 201-296 Study of representative works of Classical, Oriental, and European literature from ancient times to the 17th century. (3 hrs. lect. per week)

ENG 255 Short Story and Novel (3) (DL) Prerequisite: “C’’ or higher in ENG 100, OR Placement in ENG 201-296 Study and criticism of short stories and novels and how they are created. (3 hrs. lect. per week) ENG 256 Poetry and Drama (3) (DL) Prerequisite: “C’’ or higher in ENG 100, OR Placement in ENG 201-296 Study and criticism of drama, biography, and poetry, their evolution and form. (3 hrs. lect. per week) ENG 257 Themes in Literature (Alpha) (DL) Selected themes in major works of various types, cultures, periods. Requires a minimum of 4000 words of writing. Repeatable once only. ENG 257C Comedy and Satire in Literature (3) (DL) Prerequisite: “C’’ or higher in ENG 100, OR Placement in ENG 201-296 A study of comedy and satire in literature, examining how humor works in writing, looking at the differences of satire, parody, dark humor and light humor. The course analyzes famous and not-so-famous examples of literary humor and explores the social issue behind the surface meaning. (3 hrs. lect. per week) ENG 257E Wild Writing: Environmental and Ecological Non-Fiction (3) (DL) Prerequisite: “C’’ or higher in ENG 100, OR Placement in ENG 201-296 An examination of ecology and environmental studies, thought, and policy through reading and writing about works of ecological and environmental nonfiction prose concerning people and the planet. The course will focus on basic terminology and concepts of ecological and environmental issues in texts that explore human attitudes toward the wild, the world, and their shifting borders. The focus includes multiple and multi-faceted views of how human beings live, might live, and should live in the world we inhabit today. (3 hrs. lect. per week) ENG 257F Women in Literature (3) (DL) Prerequisite: “C’’ or higher in ENG 100, OR Placement in ENG 201-296 A thematic study of women in literature. Readings from various types of literature: novels, plays, short stories, and poetry. Focus includes women in various cultures, traditional myths and roles of women, contemporary alternatives, and famous women writers. (3 hrs. lect. per week) ENG 257H Hip-Hop Literature and Urban Culture (3) (DL) Prerequisite: “C’’ or higher in ENG 100, OR Placement in ENG 201-296 An examination of hip-hop and urban culture as a movement of artistic, social, and political resistance to racial, economic, and gender oppression. With a primary focus on literature, criticism, spoken word poetry, and rap, topics will include language, community, identity, justice, history, and politics. (3 hrs. lect. per week)

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ENG 254 World Literature after 1600 (3) (DL) Prerequisite: “C’’ or higher in ENG 100, OR Placement in ENG 201-296 Study of representative works of Oriental, European, and American literature from 1600 to present. (3 hrs. lect. per week)

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