English Transfer Major, A.A.

Program is designed for students wanting to complete the first 2 years of a bachelor's degree at the community college and transfer to a university to complete a BA in English with Literature emphasis. Students gain literature and writing expertise. Careers often require a BA degree or higher. English Literature explores many different opinions, worldviews, and interesting times and places. Students will read some of the great books and poems and discuss a variety of characters, plots, themes, and styles. Studying successful writers allows students to expand their own writing abilities, recognize key issues, and improve their own writing style and voice. This program introduces students to English Literature and it includes courses that are common to all four-year institutions in Colorado. Career paths for English Literature degree holders include media, public relations, law, marketing, advertising, and teaching. The Associate of Arts (AA) degree in English Literature prepares students to complete the second half of a Bachelor of Arts in English (BA) or English at a four-year university. 

Degree Requirements: 60 credits

General Education Requirements: 34 credits

English and Communication

(6 credits – GT-CO1, GT-CO2, GT-CO3)

Select 2 gtPathways courses

ENG 121English Composition I (GT-CO1)

3

AND

ENG 122English Composition II (GT-CO2)

3

 

OR

 

ENG 122English Composition II (GT-CO2)

3

AND

ENG 201Composition III: Writing for Public Discourse (GT-CO3)

3

Mathematics

(3 credits – (GT-MA1)

Select one gtPathways Mathematics course, but not MAT 155 or MAT 156.

MAT 120 is recommended

MAT 120Mathematics for Liberal Arts: GT-MA1

4

MAT 121College Algebra: GT-MA1

4

MAT 122College Trigonometry: GT-MA1

3

MAT 123Finite Mathematics: GT-MA1

4

MAT 125Survey of Calculus: GT-MA1

4

MAT 135Introduction to Statistics: (GT-MA1)

3

MAT 166Pre-Calculus: (GT-MA1)

5

MAT 201Calculus I: GT-MA1

5

MAT 202Calculus II: GT-MA1

5

MAT 203Calculus III: GT-MA1

4

MAT 261Differential Equations with Engineering Applications: GT-MA1

4

MAT 265Differential Equations: GT-MA1

3

Arts and Humanities

(9 credits- GT-AH1, GT-AH2, GT-AH3, GT-AH4)

Select 3 gtPathways courses 

(NOTE: GT-AH2 Literature (LIT) courses will NOT be accepted to fulfill this requirement.)      

Category I (GT-AH1)

ART 110Art Appreciation (GT-AH1)

3

ART 111Art History - Ancient to Medieval (GT-AH1)

3

ART 112Art History – Renaissance to Modern (GT-AH1)

3

ART 207Art History - 1900 to Present (GT-AH1)

3

COM 130Communication and Popular Culture (GT-AH1)

3

ENG 221Creative Writing I (GT-AH1)

3

MUS 120Music Appreciation (GT-AH1)

3

MUS 121Music History: Medieval through Classical Period (GT-AH1)

3

MUS 122Music History Early Romantic Period to the Present (GT-AH1)

3

MUS 123Survey of World Music (GT-AH1)

3

MUS 125History of Jazz (GT-AH1)

3

THE 105Theatre Appreciation (GT-AH1)

3

THE 108Theater Script Analysis (GT-AH1)

3

THE 211Development of Theatre Greek-Reniassance (GT-AH1)

3

THE 212Development of Theatre Restoration to Modern (GT-AH1)

3

THE 215Playwriting (GT-AH1)

3

Category II (GT-AH2)

HUM 115World Mythology (GT-AH2)

3

HUM 121Humanities: Early Civilizations (GT-AH2)

3

HUM 122Humanities: Medieval-Modern (GT-AH2)

3

HUM 123The Modern World (GT-AH2)

3

Category III (GT-AH3)

PHI 111Introduction to Philosophy (GT-AH3)

3

PHI 112Ethics (GT-AH3)

3

PHI 113Logic (GT-AH3)

3

PHI 114Comparative Religions (GT-AH3)

3

PHI 205Business Ethics (GT-AH3)

3

PHI 214Philosophy of Religion (GT-AH3)

3

PHI 218Environmental Ethics (GT-AH3)

3

PHI 220Philosophy of Death and Dying (GT-AH3)

3

Category IV (GT-AH4)

ASL 221American Sign Language IV (GT-AH4)

3

SPA 211Spanish Language III (GT-AH4)

3

SPA 212Spanish Language IV (GT-AH4)

3

Many CO 4-year institutions require foreign language for admission. Check with your college of transfer intent.

History

(3 credits – GT-HI1)

Select one gtPathways course:

Category I (GT-HI1)

HIS 101Western Civilization: Antiquity - 1650 (GT-HI1)

3

HIS 111The World: Antiquity - 1500 (GT-HI1)

3

HIS 112The World: 1500 - Present (GT-HI1)

3

HIS 121US History to Reconstruction (GT-HI1)

3

HIS 122US History Since Civil War (GT-HI1)

3

HIS 205Women in World History (GT-HI1)

3

HIS 208American Indian History (GT-HI1)

3

HIS 215Women in U.S. History (GT-HI1)

3

HIS 225Colorado History (GT-HI1)

3

HIS 244History of Latin America (GT-HI1)

3

HIS 24720th Century World History (GT-HI1)

3

HIS 250African American History (GT-HI1)

3

Social and Behavioral Sciences

(6 credits – GT-SS1, GT-SS2, GT-SS3)

Select 2 gtPathways courses:

Category I (GT-SS1)

ECO 201Principles of Macroeconomics (GT-SS1)

3

ECO 202Principles of Microeconomics (GT-SS1)

3

POS 105Introduction to Political Science (GT-SS1)

3

POS 111American Government (GT-SS1)

3

POS 125American State and Local Government (GT-SS1)

3

POS 205International Relations (GT-SS1)

3

POS 225Comparative Government (GT-SS1)

3

Category II (GT-SS2)

GEO 105World Regional Geography (GT-SS2)

3

GEO 106Human Geography (GT-SS2)

3

Category III (GT-SS3)

ANT 101Cultural Anthropology (GT-SS3)

3

ANT 107Introduction to Archaeology (GT-SS3)

3

ANT 212Introduction to Forensic Anthropology with Lab (GT-SC1)

4

ANT 215Native Peoples of North America: GT-SS3

3

ANT 250Medical Anthropology (GT-SS3)

3

CRJ 110Introduction to Criminal Justice (GT:SS3)

3

ETH 200Introduction to Ethnic Studies (GT-SS3)

3

ETH 215Discrimination and Diversity (GT-SS3)

3

PSY 101General Psychology I (GT-SS3)

3

PSY 102General Psychology II (GT-SS3)

3

PSY 205Psychology of Gender (GT-SS3)

3

PSY 217Human Sexuality (GT-SS3)

3

PSY 226Social Psychology (GT-SS3)

3

PSY 235Human Growth and Development (GT-SS3)

3

PSY 238Child Development (GT-SS3)

3

PSY 249Abnormal Psychology (GT-SS3)

3

SOC 101Introduction to Sociology I (GT-SS3)

3

SOC 102Introduction to Sociology II (GT-SS3)

3

SOC 205Sociology of Family Dynamics (GT-SS3)

3

SOC 215Contemporary Social Problems (GT-SS3)

3

SOC 220Sociology of Religion (GT-SS3)

3

SOC 231Sociology of Deviant Behavior (GT-SS3)

3

WST 200Introduction to Women's Studies (GT-SS3)

3

Natural and Physical Sciences

(7 Credits – GT-SC1)

Select 2 gtPathways courses, one must be with laboratory (GT-SC1):

Note: students MUST successfully pass BOTH SCI 155 and SCI 156 to satisfy the gtPathways science requirement.

Category I (GT-SC1)

ANT 111Biological Anthropology w/Lab (GT-SC1)

4

ANT 212Introduction to Forensic Anthropology with Lab (GT-SC1)

4

AST 101Planetary Astronomy w/Lab (GT-SC1)

4

AST 102Stellar Astronomy w/Lab (GT-SC1)

4

BIO 105Science of Biology with Lab (GT-SC1)

4

BIO 111General College Biology I with Lab (GT-SC1)

5

BIO 112General College Biology II with Lab (GT-SC1)

5

BIO 201Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab (GT-SC1)

4

BIO 202Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Lab(GT-SC1)

4

BIO 204Microbiology with Lab (GT-SC1)

4

CHE 101Introduction to Chemistry I with Lab (GT-SC1)

5

CHE 111General College Chemistry I with Lab (GT-SC1)

5

CHE 112General College Chemistry II with Lab (GT-SC1)

5

GEO 111Physical Geography-Landforms with Lab (GT-SC1)

4

GEO 112Physical Geography-Weather and Climate with Lab (GT-SC1)

4

GEY 111Physical Geology, with Lab (GT-SC1)

4

GEY 112Historical Geology, with Lab (GT-SC1)

4

GEY 135Environmental Geology,with Lab (GT-SC1)

4

PHY 111Physics: Algebra Based I with Lab (GT-SC1)

5

PHY 112Physics: Algebra Based II with Lab (GT-SC1)

5

PHY 211Physics: Calculus Based I with Lab (GT-SC1)

5

PHY 212Physics: Calculus Based II with Lab (GT-SC1)

5

SCI 155Integrated Science I - Physics and Chemistry (GT-SC1)

4

SCI 156Integrated Science II - Earth and Life Science (GT-SC1)

4

Note: students MUST successfully pass BOTH SCI 155 and SCI 156 to satisfy the gtPathways science requirement.

Category II (GT-SC2)

BIO 116Introduction to Human Disease (GT-SC2)

3

Additional Required Courses: 18 credits

COM 115Public Speaking

3

OR

COM 125Interpersonal Communication (GT-SS3)

3

OR

COM 225Organizational Communication

3

AND 5 LIT courses 15 credits

LIT 115Introduction to Literature (GT-AH2)

3

LIT 201World Literature to 1600 (GT-AH2)

3

LIT 202World Literature after 1600 (GT-AH2)

3

LIT 205Ethnic Literature (GT-AH2)

3

LIT 211American Literature to Civil War (GT-AH2)

3

LIT 212American Literature after Civil War (GT-AH2)

3

LIT 221British Literature to 1770 (GT-AH2)

3

LIT 222British Literature since 1770 (GT-AH2)

3

LIT 225Introduction to Shakespeare (GT-AH2)

3

LIT 246Literature of Women (GT-AH2)

3

LIT 259Survey of African American Literature (GT-AH2)

3

Please Note: Students are required to take a total of 5 (five)  gtPathways Arts & Humanities LITERATURE (LIT) courses from GT-AH2 (15 credits), 4 (four) of which must be at the 200-level.  Please consult with your receiving institution regarding best choices for literature courses.

Electives: 8 credits

Electives may be chosen from any gtPathways course or any non-gtPathways courses listed in the AA/AS degree core electives list. 

Recommended elective: ENG 221 Creative Writing 1 (3 credits) 

 

 

 

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