ENG 2010 – World Literature I

This course gives students the opportunity to be exposed to a wide range of cultural and historical contexts, while at the same time sharpening analytical skills. Studying world literature specifically enables us to explore universal themes such as love, faith, honor, and death, while learning to appreciate the particular nuances of different cultures. In this course, students will develop an understanding of and respect for other cultures by engaging with a variety of literary texts-fiction, non-fiction, poetry, drama and film-that have influenced cultures around the world from the ancient world to the seventeenth century. Authors and specific texts may vary. 

Spring semester

Admission Requirements: High school junior or senior in good standing, Minimum of 12 units of high school coursework, Completed application for admission. This is not required for students taking online courses, official high school transcript with minimum 3.0 GPA, completion of Bison Prep Dual Enrollment form (pdf), Minimum qualifying ACT (19), SAT (990) or CLT (64)

Course Costs: $25 CAC Administration Fee, Textbook Cost determined by course Professor.