• Developmental English Skills I ENG 095

    This course provides students with opportunities for and guidance in the development of Academic English proficiency. Class activities focus on aiding students in improving their academic English reading and writing skills to the proficiency levels required by the University. Particular emphasis is placed on the importance of planning, organizing and revising essays, as well as learning how to analyze, summarize, and cite an author’s ideas and words. 4 credits

  • Developmental English Skills II ENG 096

    A continuation of ENG 095, this course provides opportunities for further development of Academic English proficiency. Class activities focus on aiding students in improving their academic English reading and writing skills to the proficiency levels required by the University. Particular emphasis is placed on the importance of planning, organizing and revising essays, as well as learning how to analyze, summarize, and cite an author’s ideas and words. 4 credits

  • Freshman English I ENG 101

    This foundation course is designed to increase the student's capacity to read and write correctly and logically. Study of the essay as a literary form, and frequent writing assignments, both expository and argumentative. 4 credits

  • Freshman English II ENG 102

    A continuation of ENG 101. Training in critical reading and writing, the mechanics of research, the writing of a term paper, and additional writing based on assigned readings in imaginative literature. 4 credits

  • American Literature II ENG 218

    Study of major American writing from 1865 through the present. Regularly assigned essays on reading provide the basis for individualized instruction in clear, correct, and persuasive writing. Pre-requisites: ENG-102 or ENG-103. 4 credits