INGL 3101:  BASIC ENGLISH I. Three (3) credits, three (3) contact hours per week.  This course is designed for students who score 451-480 on the English sub-test of the CEEB that have the permission of the English Department Chairperson or have completed English 0060. It is designed to meet the students’ immediate needs and to give them a command of English for professional and cultural growth. Skills in reading and writing are reinforced.  The skills developed in class will be reinforced orally in the language lab.  It is recommended that students who scored less than 450 on the English sub-test of the CEEB take English 0060.  This course is offered through the Continuing English Program.

INGL 3093:  CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH. Three (3) credits, three (3) contact hours per week.  Pre-requisite:  INGL 3092 or its equivalent.  Practice to develop the skills for vocabulary acquisition.  The class is held completely in English.

INGL 3238: INTRODUCTION TO CREATIVE WRITING. Three (3) credits, three (3) contact hours per week.  Theory and practice of the creation of fiction, poetry and drama.  Detailed in-class criticism of student papers by instructor and fellow classmates. This course can be taught in both traditional and distance learning educational modalities.

INGL 3011:  HONORS ENGLISH I. Three (3) credits, three (3) contact hours per week. This first year English course designed for students who possess a higher command of the English language.    The course presents a vision of various literary genres such as fiction, poetry, and the short story. This course can be taught in both traditional and distance learning educational modalities. Pre-requisite:  a score of more than 690 in the English Achievement section of the CEEB. 

 INGL 3102:  BASIC ENGLISH II. Three (3) credits, three (3) contact hours per week.    This is the continuation of INGL 3101. This course can be taught in both traditional and distance learning educational modalities. Pre-requisite:  INGL 3101.

INGL 3103:  INTERMEDIATE ENGLISH I, three (3) credits, three (3) contact hours per week.  This course is designed for students who score 581-690 on the English sub-test of the CEEB and who have the permission of the English Department chairperson.  Oral and written communication are stressed as well as the reading and analysis of essays and short stories.

INGL 3230: RADICAL WOMEN'S WRITING IN THE 20TH AND 21ST CENTURIES. Three (3) credits, three (3) contact hours per week. The word radical according to Merriam Webster relates to “favoring extreme changes in existing views, habits, conditions, or institutions.” Given the contemporary rash of disinformation regarding gender and women’s issues, we will contemplate the use of the term to explore prominent women’s literature/feminist narratives in English through 20th and 21st century writers. Through the prismatic lens of various voices, we will explore the genres of poetry, personal narrative, short fiction and drama. These narratives will be paralleled against historical references, psychoanalytical approaches, critical texts and other frameworks in order to think critically, discuss and respond to the question of power in women’s voices, minds and bodies.

INGL 3104:  INTERMEDIATE ENGLISH II. Three (3) credits, three (3) contact hours per week. This is the continuation of INGL 3103 with emphasis on the analysis of the short story and poetry. The practice of research techniques is introduced. Pre-requisite:  INGL 3103.