NVCC 2002-2003 Catalog
    Description of Courses

ENG - English

001, 003, 004, and 005 require satisfactory scores on the English placement test. ENG 111 requires a qualifying score on the English placement test or on the English Proficiency Test (EPT) for nonnative speakers. ENG 111 is a prerequisite for ENG 112.

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ENG 001 - Preparing for College Writing I

ENG 002 - Spelling and Vocabulary Study

ENG 003 - Preparing for College Writing II

ENG 004 - Reading Improvement I

ENG 005 - Reading Improvement II

ENG 009 - Individualized Instruction In Writing

ENG 100 - BASIC Occupational Communication

ENG 107 - Critical Reading

ENG 108 - Critical Reading and Study Skills

ENG 111-112 - College Composition I-II

ENG 115 - Technical Writing

ENG 116 - Writing for Business

ENG 121-122 - Introduction To Journalism I-II

ENG 123 - Writing for The World Wide Web

ENG 131 - Technical Report Writing I

ENG 135 - Applied Grammar

ENG 139 - College Grammar

ENG 150 - Children's Literature

ENG 210 - Advanced Composition

ENG 211-212 - Creative Writing I-II

ENG 215-216 - Creative Writing: Fiction I-II

ENG 217-218 - Creative Writing: Poetry I-II

ENG 219 - Creative Writing: Drama

ENG 221-222 - Advanced Journalism I-II

ENG 230 - Mystery In Literature and Film

ENG 237 - Introduction To Poetry

ENG 241-242 - Survey of American Literature I-II

ENG 243-244 - Survey of English Literature I-II

ENG 245 - Major English Writers

ENG 251-252 - Survey of World Literature I-II

ENG 253-254 - Survey of Afro-american Literature I-II

ENG 255 - Major Writers In World Literature

ENG 256 - Literature of Science Fiction

ENG 257 - Mythology

ENG 261-262 - Advanced Creative Writing I-II

ENG 271 - The Works of Shakespeare I

ENG 273-274 - Women In Literature I-II

ENG 276 - Southern Literature

ENG 279 - Film and Literature

ENG 280 - Writing User Manuals

ENG 291 - Writing for The College Newspaper I


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