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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 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 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|