- AA - Transfer Program
- Department of English/Philosophy
Get ready to go places with MCC’s English A.A. degree
Expand your love of literature and writing while building a foundation for a four-year degree in English or a related major. Depending on your career goals, you could also continue your studies in graduate school or begin professional training. The skills you develop in this program will serve you well in a wide range of careers that value your ability to see the big picture…or read between the lines. Here a just some of the fields you could enter with a bachelor's degree or beyond:
- High School and College-Level Education
- Communications and Media
- Grant writing
Through MCC's English A.A. program, you'll delve into English and American Literature, explore a variety of writing styles, and sharpen your communication skills through courses taught by award-winning, published professors.
Transfer to a bachelor’s degree program in English, business, education, and more
No matter what your goals or interests, this versatile associate degree program is designed for seamless transfer to a wide range of SUNY bachelor's degree programs. MCC credits are also accepted at top-notch colleges and universities throughout the country.
- Goddard College
- St. John Fisher College
- Nazareth College
- University of Rochester
Get in touch with Monroe Community College's admissions office to learn more about the opportunities you can create with an associate degree in english. Contact us at (585) 292-2200 or email@example.com.
A.A. Degree - Transfer Program
School(s): Arts & HumanitiesMCC Program Code: EG01
The English degree program provides students with a variety of literature courses for preparation in careers such as business, communication and media arts, law, the teaching of English, and all careers that require excellent communication and writing skills. The curriculum balances liberal art studies with a heavy concentration on literature, as well as more current theme-based courses, providing analytical and critical thinking skills in order to examine literature as the human experience.
Program Learning Outcomes
1. Analyze diverse literary texts from a variety of genres with sensitivity to the historical, cultural, and social conditions in which they are produced and read.
2. Produce and support original arguments using primary and secondary sources and a standard documentation style.
3. Interpret literary texts by applying theoretical approaches.
4. Conduct and evaluate research to better understand a range of texts.
Requirements for Program Entrance
Algebra or placement into Level 4 Math at MCC. Placement into ENG 101 or ENG 200.
|ENG 101 College Composition OR |
ENG 200 Advanced Composition
|MTH 150 - Survey of Mathematics OR higher##|
| PHL 101 - Introduction to Philosophy OR |
PHL 103 - Introduction to Ethics OR
PHL 105 - Technology and Values
|SUNY GENERAL EDUCATION - FOREIGN LANGUAGES (SUNY-FL) ELECTIVE|
First Semester Total:
|ENG 218 Introduction to Shakespeare|
|SUNY-GENERAL EDUCATION - NATURAL SCIENCES (SUNY-NS) ELECTIVE|
|MCC-GENERAL EDUCATION - TECHNOLOGICAL LITERACY (MCC-TL) ELECTIVE|
|MCC GENERAL EDUCATION - HEALTH AND WELLNESS (MCC-HW) ELECTIVE|
Second Semester Total:
|ENG 201 Early British Literature OR|
ENG 202 Modern British Literature
|HMN 220 Western Humanities I OR|
HMN 221 Western Humanities II
|SUNY GENERAL EDUCATION - SOCIAL SCIENCES (SUNY-SS) ELECTIVE|
Third Semester Total:
|ENG 203 American Literature to 1865 OR|
ENG 204 American Literature since 1865
| SUNY GENERAL EDUCATION - OTHER WORLD CIVILIZATIONS (SUNY-OWC) OR |
SUNY GENERAL EDUCATION - WESTERN CIVILIZATION (SUNY-WC) ELECTIVE
Fourth Semester Total:
##MTH 150 or any other SUNY-M course with a higher number.
*Choose any 100- or 200-level English literature or Humanities (HMN) course.
**Choose from: ENG 113, 122, 200, 213, 233, 243, 250, 251, 253, 263; HON 195, 295; ENG 200 may not be taken as an elective if student received ENG 200 placement and/or completed the course in substitution for ENG 101.