English

Overview

English

Do you love to read and write? You’ll learn how to analyze what you read and become an accomplished writer. You’ll also hone your communication skills and unleash your imagination. Discover who you are and how the language arts shape our culture and society.

Careers in Law, Marketing, Teaching and Media

As an English major, you’ll learn how to communicate, which is essential for many jobs. From becoming a teacher to a lawyer or politician, put your language skills to work.

  • Start your career as a social media manager or journalist.
  • Work in entertainment, publishing, or public relations.
  • You could be a grant writer or technical writer, or become a creative writer, author, or editor.

Academic Plan for English

The plan shows all the courses you need to take to complete your goal from start to finish. Map your education by clicking on the Academic Plan for the degree you’re interested in earning below.

Note: The academic plan will give you an idea of the classes you need to take. However, please meet with a counselor to personalize the plan.

English for Transfer—AA-T Degree

Term 1
Course Units
ENGL 0029 3
ENGL 0001A 3
MATH 0013 or MATH 0018 4
PDEV 0070 or PSYC 0106 3
ARHI 0132 or MUS 0013 or ENGL 0040 3
TOTAL 16
Term 2
Course Units
ENGL 0001B 3
ENGL 0024 3
ESS 0014 4
HIST 0017B 3
CIS 0050 or CIS 0062 3
TOTAL 16
Term 3
Course Units
ENGL 0001C 3
ENGL 0030A 3
ENGL 0046A 3
COMM 0002 or COMM 0003 or BUS 0085 3
ESCI 0010 or GEOG 0001 3
TOTAL 15
Term 4
Course Units
ENGL 0047B 3
HIST 0027 3
ENGL 0030B or ENGL 0046B or ENGL 0047A 3
ENGL 0042 or LGBT 0001 or SSCI 0025 or AGRI 0198 3
ANTH 0006 or ANTH 0027 or BUS 0049 3
TOTAL 15

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