English and Humanities Department
Susan Grine, Department Chair
Office: 220 Logan Hall
The primary mission of the English and Humanities Department is to help students complete the communication, composition, creative writing, film, French, interdisciplinary humanities, literature, philosophy, religion, and Spanish requirements for their Associate in Applied Science, Associate in Arts, Associate in Fine Arts, and Associate in Science degrees. All composition courses are taught in computer-equipped classrooms.
Associate Degree Requirements
Academic Advising, Teaching, and Learning Resources
- Computer Competency Assignment
- Course Placement Guide
- Course Syllabi
- Course Syllabus Guidelines, Template, and Policy Statements
- Faculty Directory
- EDSITEment This site from the National Endowment for the Humanities provides lesson plans and website links in literature and language arts, foreign languages, art and culture, and history and social studies. Subject areas range from American history to literature, world history and culture, language, art, and archaeology.
- Guides to Learning and Teaching
- Unique and Significant Contribution of the Humanities
- Writing, Literature, and Research Guides
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