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English 1020: English Composition II

Catalog Description: Development of the student's writing skills through a process of thinking, researching, planning, writing, revising, and editing expository essays. 3 credit hours.

In ENGL 1020, students will read works of poetry, fiction, and drama and write eight essays or the equivalent during the semester.

ENGL 1010 is a prerequisite for ENGL 1020. All students are required to complete ENGL 1020. Credit may be accepted from other accredited universities or through AP credit (score of 3 required on English Literature and Composition test for credit in both ENGL 1010 and ENGL 1020) or high ACT English subscore (31-36 required for ENGL 1010 and ENGL 1020 credit). Students may also earn credit for ENGL 1020 by passing a CLEP test, but please note that the essay portion must also be taken and passed.

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