Communication

ENGLISH 100 Intensive College Writing and Reading (4 units)

  • This is an intensive introduction to college writing and reading for students with appropriate placement scores. Emphasis on textual analysis of a variety of genres (both fiction and nonfiction), critical argumentation, the writing process, conventions of academic prose, and improvement of grammatical control and proofreading skills. (ACT 15-16) 

    Prereq: Satisfactory completion of English 90 or equivalent demonstration of ability by the English ACT score.

ENGLISH 101 Introduction to College Writing and Reading (3 units)

  • An introduction to the reading and writing of college-level prose. Study of short stories, novels and essays. Composition of short papers and essay examinations. (ACT 17-29)

    Prereq: Satisfactory completion of English 90 or equivalent demonstration of ability by the English ACT score.

ENGLISH 102 Introduction to College Writing, Reading and Research (3 units)

  • A continuation of ENGLISH 101. Study of plays, poems and essays. Composition of substantial papers and a library research paper. (ACT 30+)

    Prereq: Satisfactory completion of ENGLISH 101 or ENGLISH 161 or equivalent demonstration of ability by the English ACT score.

Honors Students Only - ENGLISH 105 Freshman English(3 units)

  • This course is for students who are eligible for the University Honors Program. See undergraduate catalog for course description.

International Students Only - ENGLISH 160 and ENGLISH 161 (3 units)

  • These courses are for students whose first language is not English. These courses satisfy the ENGLISH 101 and 102 requirements respectively. See undergraduate catalog for course descriptions.

COMM 110 Introduction to Human Communication (3 units)

  • A basic course designed to help students increase their effectiveness in public speaking and interpersonal communication through learning current theory and developing skills through actual classroom experiences. A beginning course in principles of oral communication designed to develop confidence and precision through classroom speaking.

MATH 139 Quantitative Reasoning (3 units)

  • A quantitative reasoning course that includes topics from college algebra (function, linear, exponential and logarithmic models), statitics, and probability. Emphasizes modeling, problem solving and applications. Desgined for student whose programs do not require further coursework in pre-calculus or calculus. Appropriate for students majoring and minoring in areas such as arts, humanities, social science and education.

    Prereq: Satisfactory completion of MATH 41 with a grade of C or better, or demonstration of equivalent capability / Unreq: MATH 141

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MATH 141 Intermediate Algebra (4 units)

  • Introduction to college algebra. Topics and concepts extend beyond those taught in a beginning algebra course. A proficiency course for those who have not had sufficient preparation in high school to allow them to take MATH 143, MATH 148 or MATH 152. Students may not take this course for credit if they place into, are enrolled in or have already received credit for a higher-numbered math course.

    Prereq: Satisfactory completion of MATH 41 with a grade of C or better, or demonstration of equivalent capability / Unreq: MATH 139

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