What is the English program?
The English Department offers three developmental courses, two college freshman composition courses, and additional courses in literature and technical writing.
What will I learn?
Upon completion of the freshman composition courses, students will have the skills required to write a college level essay using MLA documentation and citation form. Sophomore literature courses will add practice in writing college essays and introduce students to various fields of literature. Creative writing and technical writing courses will introduce the principles of authorship in literary and technical writing.
What can I do with this course of study?
A student with an Associate's Degree in English will be well prepared to enter upper division college courses in the humanities. The Bachelor's Degree in English is well suited for law school, and professions requiring writing and critical thinking skills.
Top 10 Best Paying Jobs for English Majors
Source: Salary data provided by online salary database PayScale.com. Salaries are median annual salaries for full-time workers with five to eight years of experience and include any bonuses, commissions or profit sharing.
What's special about our program?
|Interim Department Chair:
Kimberley Irving-Conaway, Ph.D
MLK Clarence Windzell Norris, 412