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Language and Literary Culture of the USA

Earn a Certificate in Language and Literary Culture of the USA

The Academic Certificate (AC) in Language and Literary Culture of the USA is a course of study designed to provide students a strong foundation in the oral and written structure and vocabulary of North American English, academic and professional reading and writing, and knowledge and appreciation of representative literature and culture of the USA in all its diversity.

CIPS Code: 13.9999

Required Courses

Required Courses 16
Course # Course Title Credits
ENG101 *

ENG107 *
First-Year Composition Shared Unique Number Number ENG1101 (3)
OR
First-Year Composition for ESL (3)
3
ENG102 *

ENG108 *
First-Year Composition Shared Unique Number Number ENG1102 (3)
OR
First-Year Composition for ESL (3)
3
ENG109 *

ENG111 *
Business Writing for ESL (3)
OR
Technical and Professional Writing (3)
3
ENH111 Literature and the American Experience 3
CRE101 * College Critical Reading (3)
OR
Equivalent as indicated by assessment
0-3
ENG298AA *
OR
ESL298AA *
Special Projects (1)
OR
Special Projects (1)
1


Restricted Electives

Restricted Electives   9    
Complete three courses from the following disciplines
Course Prefix Course Title
ASB Any ASB Anthropology course(s)
COM Any COM Communication course(s)
EDU Any EDU Education course(s)
ENG Any ENG English course(s) except courses used to satisfy Required Courses area.
ENH Any ENH English Humanities course(s)
HIS Any HIS History course(s)
HUM Any HUM Humanities course(s)
IBS Any IBS International Business course(s)
IGS Any IGS Integrated Studies course(s)
MUP Any MUP Music: Performance course(s)
PSY Any PSY Psychology course(s)
REL Any REL Religious Studies course(s)
SOC Any SOC Sociology course(s)
Click any of the above course #'s for detailed information and register for it today! **

Notes

  • The total amount of credits required for this certificate is 22-25.
  • Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program
  • Minimum GPA: 2.00
  • * Indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites
  • Not all classes are offered every semester. Contact an academic advisor for additional information