Division of Humanities & Social Sciences
The English Concentration is an option for students who wish to pursue a liberal arts degree and who have academic and career aspirations requiring a strong background in writing/language arts. It includes analysis of the practice in producing academic, creative, professional, and digital/multi-modal writing. This concentration is appropriate for students considering careers in teaching, publishing, and writing; but also for a wide range of careers in the humanities, business, STEM, and health sciences.
Upon successful completion, the Associate in Arts Degree in Liberal Arts with a concentration in English is awarded.
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First Year: Semester 2
- EN 102 FRESHMAN ENGLISH II 3 Credits
- History Elective 3
- Laboratory Science Elective 4
- English Concentration Elective 3
- Math Elective 3/4
English Concentration Elective:
Any History course at the College.
Art, Communications, English (EN 103 or higher), Film, Foreign Language, Humanities, Literature, Music, Oral Communication, Philosophy, Photography, Sign Language, Theater Arts
Laboratory Science Elective:
Any Literature course at the College.
Any college-level elective in the Humanities, Social Science, or Mathematics & Science areas, or Business, Business Communication, Criminal Justice, Computer Science, Contemporary Nutrition (NS 101 ), Education, Electrical Engineering, Essentials of Nutrition (HL 111 ), Human Services, Law, Management, Marketing, Mechanical Engineering.
Math Elective must be 100-level or higher and does not include courses with a MAC prefix.
Competency in mathematics is a MassBay graduation requirement. Prior to graduation, students must demonstrate competency at 100-level math. This may be accomplished by an appropriate placement test score or completion of any 100-level mathematics course or higher, except mathematics courses with a MAC prefix.
The program qualifies for MassTransfer with select public Institutions in Massachusetts. For more information, visit www.mass.edu/masstransfer.
Any 3 or 4 credit science course at the College.
Social Science Elective:
Anthropology, Economics, Geography, Government, History, Law, Psychology, Sociology