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ENER 1330 Basic Mechanical Skills for Energy 3 Hours (2-2) Basic mechanical skills using hand and power tools in an industrial environment. Topics include tool use and maintenance, lubrication, measuring, threads and fasten- ers, bench works, basic mechanical drawings, and basic shop calculations (English and metric). Also addresses rigging procedures to include chain falls, jacks, cable, fulcrum, port-a-power, and come-alongs. Students will use basic hand, hand power, and stationary power tools; select appropriate Bill of Materials (BOM); interpret basic mechanical drawings and perform associated calculations; apply measuring tools; perform bench work including part layout, drilling, reaming, tapping, press fitting, location of hole centers; perform preventative maintenance on tools; describe basic lubrication practices; demonstrate basic rigging procedures; and employ good housekeeping, envi- ronmental awareness, safety procedures, sensory skills, and preventative maintenance.

ENGL 0171 Intermediate Writing II 1 Hour (0-1) Required for student taking ENGL 1301 under the “C” or better option. Student must make a “C” in this course and a “C” in ENGL 1301 to fulfill college writing readiness requirement.

ENGL 0270 Intermediate Writing I 2 Hours (0-2) A writing-intensive lab course designed to prepare the student for college writing readiness. Prerequisite: ENGL 0371/0371.

ENGL 0370 Developmental Writing I 3 Hours (3-1) A course designed to assist students to become more proficient in grammar, mechanics, expository writing, vocabulary, and critical reading. Students are required to work on writing, vocabulary, grammar, and punctuation in writing lab.

ENGL 0371 Developmental Writing II 3 Hours (3-1) A course designed to assist students to become more proficient in grammar, mechanics, expository writing, vocabulary, and critical reading. Students are required to work on writing, vocabulary, grammar, and punctuation in writing lab.

ENGL 1301 Composition and Rhetoric 3 Hours (3-0) A course designed to help students develop reading and writing skills by studying diction, syntax, paragraph development, grammar, vocabulary and essay organization and by writing expository paragraphs and essays. Course assignments will include a minimum of 6000 words of writing. Prerequisite: 220+ THEA Writing and 230 THEA Reading or 70/6 Compass Writing and 81 Compass Reading or successful completion of developmental edu- cation sequence. Co-requisite: ENGL 0181, when taken as culmination of developmental education sequence.

ENGL 1302 Composition and Literature 3 Hours (3-0) A course designed to enable students to further their composition skills by writing multi-paragraph essays, including a research paper; to write logically; and to read, research, analyze, and discuss the literary genres of poetry, short fiction, and drama. Course assignments will include a minimum of 6000 words of writing. Prerequisite: ENGL 1301.

ENGL 2307 Creative Writing 3 Hours (3-0) A course designed to enable students to investigate and discuss the creative process, to study and practice tech- niques of creative writing; and to read, analyze, discuss, and write two or more of the following: narrative essays, poems, short stories, and researched reviews/abstracts. Course assignments will include a minimum of 6000 words of writing. Credit will be given only once for ENGL 2307.

ENGL 2308 Advanced Studies in Creative Writing 3 Hours (3-0) An advanced course designed to enable students to inves- tigate and discuss the creative Process; to study and prac- tice techniques of creative writing; and to read, analyze, discuss, and write one or more of the following: narrative essays, poems, short stories, and plays. Credit will be given only once for ENGL 2308. Prerequisite: ENGL 1301.

ENGL 2311 Technical Writing 3 Hours (3-0) A course designed to enable students to organize and prepare basic technical materials in the following areas: abstracts; proposals, technical descriptions, instructional processes, informational processes, technical definitions, progress reports; formal technical reports, graphics, and business correspondence. Course is designed also to enable students to analyze audience and present oral reports. Course assignments will include a minimum of 6000 words of writing. Prerequisite: ENGL 1301.

ENGL 2314 Technical & Business Writing I 3 Hours (3-0) First semester of a study designed to enable students to organize and prepare materials for college-level scientific, technical, or business writing. Course assignments will include a minimum of 6000 words of writing. Prerequisite: ENGL 1301.

ENGL 2315 Technical & Business Writing II 3 Hours (3-0) Second semester of a study designed to enable students to organize and prepare materials for college-level scientific, technical, or business writing. Course assignments will include a minimum of 6000 words of writing. Prerequisite: ENGL 2314.

ENGL 2321 Masterworks of British Literature 3 Hours (3-0) The study of longer significant works of British lit- erature, including study of movements, schools, or peri- ods. Prerequisite: ENGL 1302. Course assignments will include a minimum of 6000 words of writing.

ENGL 2322 British Literature Anglo-Saxon Period through Neo-Classical 3 Hours (3-0) A course designed to enable students to develop a histori- cal perspective on the development of ideas and literary techniques by studying major authors, works, and trends in English literature from the Anglo-Saxon Period through the Neo-classical Age. Students will develop their criti- cal thinking, research, and writing skills. Course assign- ments will include a minimum of 6000 words of writing. Prerequisite: ENGL 1302.

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