6 Week Session

  • This course focuses on three major genres of literature (poetry, drama, and fiction), including film production, and contemporary Pacific literature. This course also explores and interprets terms and concepts from a variety of literary works. Students will apply and demonstrate critical thinking by writing analytical expository papers and essays. (Note: 3 Lecture credits)

  • This course focuses on three major genres of literature (poetry, drama, and fiction), including film production, and contemporary Pacific literature. This course also explores and interprets terms and concepts from a variety of literary works. Students will apply and demonstrate critical thinking by writing analytical expository papers and essays. (Note: 3 Lecture credits)

  • This is an intensive introduction-to-college-writing course that requires multiple compositions. This course is designed to help students recognize and critically evaluate important local and global issues affecting the population. Students will be required to adhere to the rules of Standard American English and write narrative, persuasive, and expository essays and submit a research term-paper. American Psychological Association (APA) format will be introduced. Modern Language Association (MLA) format is required. (Note: 3 Lecture credits)

  • This is an intensive introduction-to-college-writing course that requires multiple compositions. This course is designed to help students recognize and critically evaluate important local and global issues affecting the population. Students will be required to adhere to the rules of Standard American English and write narrative, persuasive, and expository essays and submit a research term-paper. American Psychological Association (APA) format will be introduced. Modern Language Association (MLA) format is required. (Note: 3 Lecture credits)