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Completing English courses is required for most degree programs. Delaying taking English courses could delay your completion of a degree or certificate. So take the ENGLISH ASSESSMENT and get started this semester.

 

ENGLISH & ESL COURSE SEQUENCE

Instructions on Prerequisite Challenge Petition Form

FACULTY OFFICES ARE ONTHE 2ND FLOOR OF GC BUILDING

 

WLAC

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Language Arts: English, ESL & Communication Studies

PROGRAMS OFFERED

ASSOCIATE DEGREE - ENGLISH:
Major Code 1501.00

ASSOCIATE DEGREE - COMMUNICATION STUDIES: 
Major Code 1506.00

CLASSES: See class schedule & catalog

DEGREE / CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS: See catalog 

 

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WELCOME

The Language Arts Division offers a variety of courses designed to empower your communication skills. You will find classes to fit your schedule at a variety of days and  times on campus. If you prefer to learn from home, check our array of online classes, which are offered in eight-week and 15-week semesters.

We recommend that you start your writing classes at the beginning of your freshman year. The English assessment test will direct you to the English or ESL level that’s right for you. Getting a head start in English will help you succeed in all of your classes. Once you complete English 101, College Reading and Composition, explore our intriguing literature courses, everything from Shakespeare to Science Fiction.

Our Communication Studies faculty understands your needs and concerns. We’re ready to help you gain confidence as an effective speaker, whether you’re speaking to a group or communicating with your friends, co-workers and family.

 

We’re ready to help you fortify your skills.

Looking forward to working with you,

Professor Fran Leonard
Chair, Language Arts Division