2021-2022 General Catalog 
    
    Sep 16, 2021  
2021-2022 General Catalog

English Major


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The following transfer guide prepares the student for transfer to a university baccalaureate program. The recommended courses meet the requirements for the Associate of Arts degree. Faculty advisors are Sharon Race, Professor of English and Department Chair; Dr. Roy Bearden-White, Professor of English; Ashleigh Brewer, Assistant Professor of English; Camy Brunson, Assistant Professor of English; Mackinzee Escamilla, Assistant Professor of English; Wendy Esch, Assistant Professor of English; Dr. Nimi Finnigan, Associate Professor of English; Joseph Fly, Professor of English; Caleb Humphreys, Assistant Professor of English; Mollie Moore, Assistant Professor of English; Stephen Sanders, Assistant Professor of English; Lesley Shelton, Assistant Professor of English. Suggested Transfer Guide

First Semester*


  • Mathematics Core* (3 semester hours)

  • American History Core* (3 semester hours)

  • Institutional Option++ (3 semester hours)

    • Recommended: BCIS 1305 or EDUC 1300; otherwise, any 3 semester-credit hour core curriculum course
  • Speech Communication*++ (3 semester hours)

  • Kinesiology Activity++ (1 semester hour)

Total Semester Hours: 16


Second Semester


  • Life and Physical Sciences Core* (4 semester hours)

  • Creative Arts Core* (3 semester hours)

  • American History Core* (3 semester hours)

  • Social and Behavioral Sciences Core* (3 semester hours)

Total Semester Hours: 16


Third Semester


  • Sophomore English* (3 semester hours). Choose one:

    • ENGL 2307 Creative Writing
    • ENGL 2311 Technical Writing
    • ENGL 2321 British Literature
    • ENGL 2326 American Literature
    • ENGL 2328 American Literature Since 1865
    • ENGL 2331 World Lit for Educators
    • ENGL 2332 World Literature I
    • ENGL 2333 World Literature II
    • ENGL 2341 Forms of Literature
  • Life and Physical Sciences Core* (4 semester hours)

  • Language, Philosophy, and Culture Core* (3 semester hours). Choose one from this recommended list:

    • ENGL 2321 British Literature
    • ENGL 2326 American Literature
    • ENGL 2328 American Literature Since 1865
    • ENGL 2331 World Lit for Educators
    • ENGL 2332 World Literature I
    • ENGL 2333 World Literature II
    • ENGL 2341 Form of Literature
    • PHIL 1301 Introduction to Philosophy
    • PHIL 1304 Introduction to World Religions
  • Foreign Language** (3-4 semester hours)

Total Semester Hours: 16-17


Fourth Semester


  • Sophomore English* (6 semester hours). Choose two:

    • ENGL 2307 Creative Writing
    • ENGL 2311 Technical Writing
    • ENGL 2321 British Literature
    • ENGL 2326 American Literature
    • ENGL 2328 American Literature Since 1865
    • ENGL 2331 World Lit for Educators
    • ENGL 2332 World Literature I
    • ENGL 2333 World Literature II
    • ENGL 2341 Forms of Literature
  • Foreign Language** (3-4 semester hours)

  • Kinesiology Activity++ (1 semester hour)

Total Semester Hours: 13-14


NOTES:


*Consult faculty advisor for proper choice of courses.

**Foreign Language Course Placement:

  • SPAN 1411-Beginning Spanish I-For students with 0 - 1 years of high school Spanish or those who feel they are very weak in the language despite previous experience in high school or a long time since they have had a language class. This course assumes the student has never taken a course. (No prerequisites) 
  • SPAN 1412-Beginning Spanish II- This is a recommended starting point for most students with 2 or more years of high school Spanish. It includes a brief review of the SPAN 1411 course basics. (Prerequisites: 2+ years of high school Spanish, SPAN 1411 or equivalent) 
  • SPAN 2311-Intermediate Spanish I-This course is the first of the 2 courses at the sophomore-level that are required for many 4-year degrees. (Prerequisites are SPAN 1412 and/or SPAN 1412)
  • SPAN 2312-Intermediate Spanish II- This course is the second of the 2 courses at the sophomore-level that are required for many 4-year degrees. (Prerequisite is SPAN 2311)

++SPC degree requirement. (Note: kinesiology activity courses may not be repeated for graduation credit. Please see requirements regarding non-resident completion of this requirement in the SPC Graduation section.)

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