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From the development of critical reading, thinking, and writing skills to studies
of genre-specific writing like novels, poetry, short stories, films, graphic texts,
and essays, Collin College’s English courses offer choices for every student.
Composition and rhetoric courses, ENGL 1301 and ENGL 1302, focus on writing as a process, requiring planning, analysis, and research, which allows students to express opinions about the material clearly and with conviction. Students can take their writing a step further with technical writing, ENGL 2311, and electives in creative writing.
Sophomore-level courses include surveys in British, American, and World Literatures as well as Forms of Literature courses, which include the study of poetry, drama, short stories, novels, graphic texts, and/or film.
Writing Centers are available on each campus to provide students with professional consultations in writing and revising assignments.
|ENGL||2307||Creative Writing I|
|ENGL||2311||Technical and Business Writing|
|ENGL||2322||British Literature I|
|ENGL||2323||British Literature II|
|ENGL||2327||American Literature I|
|ENGL||2328||American Literature II|
|ENGL||2332||World Literature I|
|ENGL||2333||World Literature II|
|ENGL||2341||Forms of Literature: Short Story, Novel, Poetry, and Drama|