Studying literature can improve your reading and writing abilities, as well as boost your ability to think critically and communicate clearly. Companies and organizations in every field and across all sectors seek out employees with these skills. English offers three tracks to get you major ready for transfer: Composition and Literature, Creative Writing, and Technical Writing.

Sample Courses

  • Introduction to Fiction
  • World Literature
  • Women Writers
  • American Literature
  • Harlem Renaissance
  • Myth Folktale and Legend

Featured Faculty

  • Portrait of David Lopez-Kopp.

    David López-Kopp

    • Program Co-Chair

    David López-Kopp earned his BA in Sociology, emphasis in Gender Studies, from the State University of New York at Stony Brook, and his MA, emphasis in Composition Studies and Rhetoric, from Northern Arizona University. Additionally, he holds an advanced teaching certification in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL).

  • Portrait of Hyesu Park.

    Hyesu Park

    • Program Co-Chair

    Hyesu Park was born and raised in South Korea and earned her PhD in English at Ohio State University. Her primary research interests include Asian American and American literatures, narrative theory, Korean literature in translation, Korean popular culture, and media studies.