The CSUB English Major at Antelope Valley Campus
Since Fall l999, the CSUB
Department of English has offered the English Teacher Preparation Program (ETPP)
at the Antelope Valley Campus in Lancaster, California.
Fifteen courses are required. Students seeking the B.A. in English will complete only ten courses, including Senior Seminar. An English minor (consisting of any four courses other than English 305 and English 410) is also available.
Courses will be delivered by two-way instructional television, by on-line instruction, by CSUB professors at AVC, and by professors hired by CSUB to teach in the AVC program. For various reasons such as professors going on leave, the order of courses in the schedule below may change. Note: classes meet one night a week for eleven weeks. We are going to try to offer our on-site classes on Tuesdays or Thursdays.
courses: The Antelope Valley College equivalents of prerequisites for
CSUB upper-division English courses are English 1B and one from the following:
English 220, 221, 222, 225, 226, 227, 2230, 231, 250.
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Note: a new course, English 311 (Writing Literary Analysis) has replaced the other upper-division composition courses in the core requirements. It will be offered Winter, 2002. English 300 is a co-requisite. It too is offered in the Winter 2001 term. If you have not taken upper-division composition (310), then take 311 in Winter 2001 and take 300 with it if you have not had 300.
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