Associate in Arts
Transfer Preparation* (Major Code: 01405)
Designed to develop language skills for reading and writing. The study and analysis of literature provide contact with exemplary works of various cultures, genres, and historical periods. Composition courses develop the skills for effective communication, mental discipline, organization, coherence, and proper form. The student who is not prepared to enter courses numbered 115 and above should consult a counselor to plan a program designed to improve his/her English skills.
These courses parallel the CSU lower-division requirements for the bachelor’s degree in English. It is strongly recommended that students who are planning to transfer into the CSU system as English majors follow this plan.
Program Student Learning Outcome
- Analyze arguments concerning historical and contemporary issues and evaluate validity in written and oral discourse.
|ENGL 115||COLLEGE COMPOSITION: READING AND WRITING ANALYTICALLY||4|
|ENGL 116||CRITICAL THINKING AND ARGUMENT||4|
|ENGL 240||ENGLISH LITERATURE I||3|
|ENGL 241||ENGLISH LITERATURE II||3|
|Select 6 units from electives||6|
|Select 3 units from each group:||6|
|INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE|
|WORLD LITERATURE I|
|WORLD LITERATURE II|
|CREATIVE WRITING I|
|ADVANCED CREATIVE WRITING: FICTION I|
|ADVANCED CREATIVE WRITING: POETRY I|
|AMERICAN LITERATURE I|
|AMERICAN LITERATURE II|
Students planning to transfer to a four-year college or university should complete courses specific to the transfer institution of choice. University requirements vary from institution to institution and are subject to change. Therefore, it is important to verify transfer major preparation and general education requirements through consultation with a counselor in either the Counseling Center or Transfer Center. See catalog Transfer Courses Information section for further information.
NOTE: Additional electives are required if any of the program courses are used to complete general education requirements.
SDSU also requires three consecutive courses in a single foreign language as part of the requirement for the bachelor’s degree. Foreign language competency may also be demonstrated by successfully completing four years of one foreign language in high school or by successfully completing a challenge examination. See a counselor for additional information.
To earn an associate degree, additional general education and graduation requirements must be completed.