CSULA Department of English | Transfer Students Recommended Courses-Fall 2007

FALL 2007

RECOMMENDED CLASSES FOR FIRST QUARTER ENGLISH DEPARTMENT TRANSFER STUDENTS

First quarter classes recommended for transfer students who have not completed ENGL 102 or the equivalent:

ENGL 102: Composition II
AL 301: Introduction: Transition-Cal State LA Arts and Letters Majors
THEME COURSES

First quarter classes recommended for transfer students who have completed ENGL 102 or the equivalent:

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AL 301: Introduction: Transition-Cal State LA Arts and Letters Majors
UNIV 400: WPE
THEME COURSES
ENGL 200A: The Classical and Medieval Tradition
ENGL 200B: British Literature Survey I
ENGL 200C: British Literature Survey II
ENGL 305: English Grammar and Usage
ENGL 340: Writing the Critical Essay

First quarter classes recommended for transfer students who have completed ENGL 102, ENGL 200A, ENGL 200B, ENGL 200 C or the equivalents:

AL 301: Introduction: Transition-Cal State LA Arts and Letters Majors
UNIV 400: WPE
THEME COURSES
ENGL 305: English Grammar and Usage
ENGL 340: Writing the Critical Essay
ANY UPPER DIVISION LITERATURE COURSE FROM THE FOLLOWING LIST:
417: Shakespeare I
419: Milton
425: Epic and Legend
465: The Augustan Age
467: The Romantic Age
471: American Literature: Beginnings to 1860
472: American Literature: 1860-1914
473: American Literature: 1914 to Present

Students in the Creative Writing Option may also take the following course:

ENGL 207: Beginning Creative Writing (ENGL 102 is not a prerequisite)
Students in the Single Subject Credential Option who have competed ENGL 102 or the equivalent may also take the following courses:
ENGL 310: Genres of Writing
ENGL 452: Reading Cultures: Cultural Studies and English Literature

TO DETERMINE WHETHER OR NOT THE COURSES THAT YOU HAVE TAKEN ARE EQUIVALENT TO ENGL 102, ENGL 200A, ENGL 200B, ENGL 200C, OR ENGL 207, PLEASE CONSULT THE ASSIST WEBSITE AT www.assist.org.

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