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The English Department at 鶹ý provides students with an excellent foundation for all communication fields including journalism, public relations, mass communications and education. The English Department plays an important role in helping 鶹ý students prepare for successful transfer to four-year colleges and universities.

The English curriculum includes a broad range of classes in writing and journalism, as well as literature and humanities. Writing instruction includes courses in composition, creative writing, and journalism. Student publication is encouraged through departmental magazines and the student newspaper, The Harbinger. Departmental offerings also include a wide variety of literature and humanities courses from American, British, and world literature, to mythology and film appreciation.


English Institutional Course Guides

The following links are for Official Course Syllabi, which detail expected learning outcomes, outlines of topics, and methods of instruction and evaluation.

   English as a Second Language I
   English as a Second Language II
   English as a Second Language III
   English as a Second Language IV
   College Reading and Writing
   Foundations of English Composition
   English Composition I
 Honors English Composition I
   English Composition II
 Honors English Composition II
   Creative Writing
   Literary Appreciation: Poetry/Short Story
   Literary Appreciation: Drama/Short Novel
   Journalism I
   Journalism II
ENG191   Intro to German Literature
   Film Appreciation
   Journalism III
   Journalism II
   World Literature: Before 1650
 Honors World Literature
   World Literature: After 1650
ENG216H Honors World Literature: After 1650
   English Literature: Before 1800
   English Literature: After 1800
   American Literature: Before 1865
   American Literature: After 1865
   The Shakespeare Plays
 Honors Shakespeare
   Mythology
 Honors Mythology
  Poems and Their Makers

The Academic Success Center provides free services to students, including a Writing Lab at the Hillsboro Campus. Learn more!


English Academic Plan
The Academic Plan is a semester-by-semester plan for the full-time college-ready student. Part-time students should work with an advisor to customize the map to fit individual needs.


Transfer Resources
Learn more about the many opportunities to transfer and continue your education.


Meet the English Faculty

 

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