The Associate in Arts in English for Transfer (English AA-T) is intended for students who plan to complete a bachelor’s degree in a similar major at a CSU campus or any other four-year university.
English majors develop written and spoken mastery of the English language, creativity of thought, and an appreciation of the language’s literature. The English major can lead to a career in teaching at all levels. Additional careers include advertising copywriter, editor, foreign correspondent, literary agent, media planner, reporter, fundraiser, paralegal, public administrator, speechwriter, information abstractor/information indexer, interpreter & translator.
Upon completion of the AA-T in English degree, students will be able to
- Recognize diverse social, critical, historical and cultural perspectives by reading and responding to a range of literary texts.
- Analyze texts representing a wide range of genres including poetry, drama, fiction, and film.
- Identify and make relevant connections between texts of various historical periods.
- Synthesize historical, formal, and critical ideas in interpreting a text.
- Write well-developed and effectively organized essays including in-class essays, interpretive arguments, and essays incorporating research.
For more information, please contact the English department chair, Professor Eric Martinsen, at email@example.com or Dr. Marian Carraso Nugaray, the academic counselor assigned to English, at (805) 289-6208 or firstname.lastname@example.org.