2017 - 2018 College Catalog by ​Moorpark College

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list c complete one course from the following 3 units any courses from list a or list b not already used linguistic anthropology anth m08 bus m39 business communication comm m05 oral interpretation of literature engl m01c/m01ch critical thinking and composition/honors advanced creative writing engl m10b the bible as literature old testament engl m29a the bible as literature new testament engl m29b children’s literature engl m40 literary magazine publication engl m47 ftvm m01 introduction to mass communications hum m07 survey of the ar ts jour m01 introduction to mass communications tha m01/m01h introduction to theatre/honors any course from list a or b not already used 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 program student learning outcomes students completing the associate in arts in english for transfer aa-t will be able to • communicate effectively using appropriate rhetorical strategies • utilize critical thinking skills through reading writing and oral communication • access evaluate and incorporate information effectively to accomplish a specific purpose • relate literature to its historical and cultural context and to their lives 4 units prerequisites engl m02 or completion of the online assessment process class hours 4 lecture c-id engl 100 emphasizes expository writing and research demonstrating principles of thesis and support rhetorical organization control of diction clear sentence and paragraph construction and command of the conventions of english usage develops analytical and interpretive reading skills students cannot complete both engl m01a and engl m01ah courses because credit will only be awarded for the first course completed applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc engl m01ah – honors english composition 4 units prerequisites engl m02 with a grade of b or better or completion of the online assessment process class hours 4 lecture c-id engl 100 emphasizes expository writing and research demonstrating principles of thesis and support rhetorical organization control of diction clear sentence and paragraph construction and command of the conventions of english usage develops analytical and interpretive reading skills honors work challenges students to be more analytical and creative through expanded assignments real­world applications and enrichment opportunities students cannot complete both engl m01a and engl m01ah courses because credit will only be awarded for the first course completed applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc moorpark college announcement of courses 2017-2018 4 units prerequisites engl m01a or engl m01ah class hours 4 lecture c-id engl 110 engl 120 develops critical thinking and writing skills in close textual analysis of issues and themes in fiction poetry and drama as well as in non-fictional literature and literary criticism reviews deductive and inductive reasoning recognition and avoidance of logical fallacies and relationships between language and meaning while emphasizing detailed critical analysis students cannot complete both engl m01b and engl m01bh courses because credit will only be awarded to the first course completed applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc engl m01bh – honors literature critical thinking and composition 4 units prerequisites engl m01a or engl m01ah with a grade b or higher class hours 4 lecture c-id engl 110 engl 120 develops critical thinking and writing skills in close textual analysis of issues and themes in fiction poetry and drama as well as in non-fictional literature and literary criticism reviews deductive and inductive reasoning recognition and avoidance of logical fallacies and relationships between language and meaning while emphasizing detailed critical analysis honors work challenges students to be more analytical and creative through expanded assignments real-world applications and enrichment opportunities students cannot complete both engl m01b and engl m01bh courses because credit will only be awarded for the first course completed applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc engl m01c – critical thinking and composition english courses engl m01a – english composition engl m01b – literature critical thinking and composition 3 units prerequisites engl m01a or engl m01ah class hours 3 lecture c-id engl 105 develops advanced skills in critical thinking reading and writing focuses primarily on the analysis and evaluation of non-fiction works to develop logical reasoning as well as analytical and argumentative writing skills students cannot complete both engl m01c and engl m01ch courses because credit will only be awarded to the first course completed applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc engl m01ch – honors critical thinking and composition 3 units prerequisites engl m01a or engl m01ah with a grade of b or higher class hours 3 lecture c-id engl 105 develops advanced skills in critical thinking reading and writing focuses primarily on the analysis and evaluation of non-fiction works to develop logical reasoning as well as analytical and argumentative writing skills honors work challenges students to be more analytical and creative through expanded assignments real-world applications and enrichment opportunities students cannot complete both engl m01c and engl m01ch courses because credit will only be awarded to the first course completed applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc engl m02 – introduction to college writing 3 units prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture introduces college­level writing focusing on composing clear organized paragraphs and short essays that demonstrate the development and support of coherent central ideas with relevant reasoning and examples offers instruction in the writing process preparation organization development revision editing as well as grammar punctuation and sentence structure applies to associate degree 167