NOTE:  Students entering the college with an ACT English Sub-Test Score below 19 are required to take the appropriate assessment test(s) and demonstrate appropriate knowledge of writing for course placement.  The six-hour composition requirement will be met with English 1113( Principles of English Composition I)  and English 1213 ( Principles of English Composition II).

 

ENG 0103 English as a Second Language 3-0-0

English as a Second Language covers the basic structures and patterns of English.  The class stresses foundational work in English to promote further success in composition.  It primarily serves non-native speakers but would also be helpful for native speakers who need a better foundation in formal or academic writing.

 

ENG 0113 Basic Grammar  3-0-0

Basic Grammar is a study of grammar, punctuation, spelling, sentence structure, and an introduction to paragraph development. This course is designed to address deficiencies in language arts and writing identified by the ACT English Subset score of the English placement exam.  A grade of “C” or better will advance the student to ENG 0123

 

ENG 0123 Fundamentals of English   3-0-0

Fundamentals of English is a study of paragraph development, essays, writing styles, and processes.  This course addresses student deficiencies in language arts and writing identified by the ACT English Subset score or English placement exam.  Prerequisite: appropriate score on placement test or completion of ENG 0113 with a grade of “C” or better.  A grade of “C” or better will advance the student to ENG 1113. 

 

ENG 1113 Principles of English Composition I 3-0-3

Principles of English Composition I studies correct usage and writing modes. The class emphasizes short expository and persuasive essays, proper attribution, and use of research.  Prerequisite: ACT of 19 or higher or 40 or higher on the ASSET Writing Skills Exam.  The student must earn a grade of “D” or better to advance to ENG 1213. OSRHE Matrix E001

 

ENG 1213 Principles of English Composition II  3-0-3

Principles of English Composition II is a continuation of ENG 1113 Principles of English Composition I.  Study focuses on essays in various modes of exposition.  A research paper is a requirement.  Prerequisite: ENG 1113 with a grade of “D” or higher.  OSRHE Matrix E002

 

ENG 1313 Technical Report Writing  3-0-3

Technical Report Writing may replace ENG 1213 for students in career-oriented programs.  Students should contact the English Department or the Business Department for a current list of qualifying programs.  The course focuses on written expression, vocabulary, and report writing.  Prerequisite: ENG 1113.  OSRHE Matrix E012

 

ENG 1803 Native American Contemporary Literature  3-0-3   (Also NAS 1803)

This course studies American Indian authors’ books, poetry, prose, and other American Indian-focused literary compositions. OSRHE Matrix: AI 003

 

ENG 2113 Creative Writing  3-0-3

Creative Writing includes instruction and practice in writing.  The course emphasizes voice, style, and audience.  Prerequisite: ENG 1213 or instructor permission.  A writing sample may be required for permission to enroll. OSRHE Matrix E010

 

ENG 2300 Special Problems in English  Varies

Special Problems in English may be taken for one to four credit hours and may be repeated to a maximum of eight credit hours.  Students should contact the English Department for additional information.

 

ENG 2343 Introduction to Sign Language  3-0-3

Introduction to Sign Language consists of the history of signing, expressive and receptive finger spelling, introduction to American Sign Language, and Signed English.  OSRHE Matrix WL101

 

ENG 2353 Sign Language II  3-0-3

Sign Language II is a continuation of ENG 2343.  Students continue to develop skills which began in Introduction to Sign Language.  Prerequisite: ENG 2343.  OSRHE Matrix WL101

 

ENG 2413 Introduction to Literature  3-0-3 (Also HUM 2413)

Introduction to Literature will introduce literary concepts using poetry, short stories, and plays.  OSRHE Matrix: E003, HH003

 

ENG 2433 World Literature I  3-0-3 Also HUM 2433)

World Literature I is the study of cultural, philosophical, and religious themes from antiquity through the 1700s, especially as represented in masterpieces of literature from around the world.  Readings focus on the social values and various artists’ personal perceptions of ancient societies – including Greece, India, Africa, and China.  This course satisfies a Seminole State College humanities requirement.  OSRHE Matrix E006, HH003

 

ENG 2543 Survey of English Literature I  3-0-3 (Also HUM 2543)

Survey of English Literature I links historical and artistic developments in a sampling of the best of English literary heritage.  Beginning with the Anglo-Saxon world, the course moves through the Middle Ages, the Early Modern Period, the Restoration, and the early Eighteenth Century.  This course satisfies a Seminole State College humanities requirement.  OSRHE Matrix: E006, HH003

 

ENG 2653 Survey of English Literature II  3-0-3 (Also HUM 2653)

Survey of English Literature II is a continuation of English 2543, examining the poetry of the Romantics from Wordsworth to Keats.  It follows the writing of the Victorians to the perplexities of Modern and Postmodern art and literature.  This course satisfies a Seminole State College humanities requirement. OSRHE Matrix: E007, HH003

 

ENG 2753 Survey of American Literature I  3-0-3 (Also HUM 2753)

Survey of American Literature I is a chronological view of writers contributing to literature in America from 1492 to 1865 with a diversity of genres and a multicultural approach.  This course examines the historical, social, and cultural themes and implications of American literature, as well as literary form.  This course satisfies a Seminole State College humanities requirement. OSRHE Matrix E004, H003

 

ENG 2883 Survey of American Literature II     3-0-3   (Also HUM 2883)

Survey of American Literature II is a chronological view of writers contributing to literature in America from 1865 to the present with a diversity of genres and a multicultural approach.  This course examines the historical, social, and cultural themes and implications of American literature, as well as literary form.  This course satisfies a Seminole State College humanities requirement.OSRHE Matrix E005, HH003

 

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