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Course Equivalents

Course Equivalents for ENGL 1500 at Ridgewater College in Fall 2019 (Aug - Dec)



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Anoka-Ramsey Community College

ENGL 2202 - Introduction to Literary Studies - 3 credits
Human Diversity (07)
Humanities/Fine Arts (06)
(MnTC Goals 6 and 7) Recommended Skills, Abilities, or Coursework: Successful completion of ENGL 1120/1121 Students will study at least one example of each of the major forms/genres of literature: fiction, poetry, plays, and creative non-fiction. In addition to critical reading and discussion, the elements of literature, analysis, interpretation, and evaluation will be covered. The course will introduce students to major approaches to literary criticism and to the use and documentation of literature research resources. The course will also deal with the issues of diversity and may be organized around a particular topic.
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Central Lakes College

ENGL 1463 - Introduction to Literature - 3 credits
Human Diversity (07)
Humanities/Fine Arts (06)
Introduction to literature is a survey course of great, creative literature, specifically prose, drama, and poetry. In addition to developing personal responses to the selected works in the course, students will become adept at discussing and analyzing literature and will develop fluency in literary concepts (plot, point of view, characterization, setting, symbolism, theme, tone, figurative language, stream-of-consciousness, Realism, et. al.). For students wishing to continue study in poetry, drama, American, or world literatures, this course is a necessary starting point. Students who wish to expand their reading experience, develop a deeper appreciation for creative literature, and learn techniques for literary interpretation will also benefit greatly from this course. MnTC Goals 6 and 7
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Inver Hills Community College

ENG 1140 - Introduction to Literature - 4 credits
Critical Thinking (02)
Humanities/Fine Arts (06)
Introduces students to the methods of examining and understanding poetry, drama, novels, short stories and creative nonfiction. Prereq: Placement into ENG 1108 or completion of both ENG 0099 and READ 0093/0094 with a grade of C or higher.
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Lake Superior College

ENGL 1112 - Introduction to Literature - 3 credits
Humanities/Fine Arts (06)
This foundational course introduces the study of literature as a mode of discourse for defining, exploring, and expressing human experience. The students will learn the skills of reading and writing about literature along with knowledge of its basic concepts. This survey course introduces the students to the major forms of literature: novels, short stories, poetry, plays and creative non-fiction. MTC goal areas: (6) Humanities/Fine Arts (Prerequisites: College-level reading and writing) (3 hrs lec/0 hrs lab/0 hrs OJT)
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Metropolitan State University

LIT 100 - Introduction to Literature - 3 credits
Humanities/Fine Arts (06)
This course introduces students to methods of literary analysis and prepares them for further study in university literature courses. Taking a practical, common-sense approach, the course teaches how to pay attention to a text in order to become a better and more appreciative reader of poetry, drama, short stories and novels.
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Minnesota State College Southeast

ENGL 1165 - Introduction to Literature - 3 credits
Human Diversity (07)
Humanities/Fine Arts (06)
This course will serve to introduce the student to various aspects of literature, including its genres (fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, and/or drama), its formal aesthetic elements (e.g. plot, metaphor, point of view, etc.), and its communication of ideas as they relate to the human condition. (Meets MnTC goal 6) (Prerequisite: A minimum score of 78 in the Reading Comprehension portion of the ACCUPLACER basic skills test or a minimum score of 21 in the Reading Subject area of the ACT test or successful completion of ENGL0528) (3 credits: 3 lecture/0 lab)
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Minnesota West Community and Technical College

ENGL 1105 - Introduction to Literature - 3 credits
Human Diversity (07)
Humanities/Fine Arts (06)
Introduction to Literature studies the elements, form, and content of literature in fiction, drama and poetry.
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Northland Community and Technical College

ENGL 1126 - Introduction to Literature - 3 credits
Humanities/Fine Arts (06)
(Fulfills MNTC Area: 6) This course includes the reading of literature, such as poetry, short stories and drama, and the writing of critical essays. Prerequisites: None
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Riverland Community College

ENGL 1103 - Introduction to Literature - 3 credits
Global Perspective (08)
Humanities/Fine Arts (06)
This is an introductory literature course designed to increase a student's critical and analytical skills in reading. Included is a study of literature by genre: the short story, drama, poetry and the novel. Emphasis in the selections is on American and English literature although some works in translation are read. Critical and interpretive papers are required. MnTC (Goals 6/ HU and 8/GP); (3 Cr - 3 lect, 0 lab)
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South Central College

ENGL 110 - Introduction to Literature - 4 credits
Humanities/Fine Arts (06)
Introduction to Literature allows students to sample various literary forms (plays, prose, poetry, nonfiction) from various histories and cultures. The course is designed to develop critical thinking, reading and writing skills, and increase appreciation of the diversity of human experience. (Prerequisites: Must have a Next-Generation Accuplacer Reading score of 250 or higher, or Classic Accuplacer Reading score of 78 or higher, or completion of either READ 0090 or EAP 0090 with a grade of C (2.0) or higher, or ACT Reading score of 21 or higher or MCA Reading score of 1047 or higher.) (MNTC 6: Humanities and the Fine Arts)
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Southwest Minnesota State University

LIT 120 - Introduction to Literature - 3 credits
Humanities/Fine Arts (06)
This course will deepen students' understanding and appreciation of literature as an art form as well as to strengthen students' ability to read short stories, poems, novels and drama for meaning. This course does not count toward a Literature or Creative Writing major.
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St. Cloud State University

ENGL 184 - S2S (BGLK) Introduction to Literature - 3 credits
Humanities/Fine Arts (06)
A study of imaginative literature to improve the understanding and increase enjoyment through reading, writing, and discussion. Emphasis on thematic organization, historical period, cultural representation, and type of literature will be option of instructor. 3 Cr. F, S. Goal 6.
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St. Cloud Technical and Community College

ENGL 1322 - Introduction to Literature - 3 credits
Humanities/Fine Arts (06)
This course is an introduction to the study of creative literature in order to engage in critical analysis, form aesthetic judgments and develop an appreciation of literature as essential to the survival and enrichment of society. Students will analyze and interpret a variety of different genres (poetry, fiction, and drama) spanning from ancient times to the present, understanding influences and how each piece reflects the time, society, and culture in which it was created. Tools for reading and writing critically will be emphasized. Student Learning Outcomes: * Explore the scope and variety of creative literature. * Examine literature as expressions of individual and human values within an historical and social context. * Develop an informed personal response to literature. * Analyze the relationship between literature and society. * Analyze literature from various literary viewpoints. * Apply critical thinking skills to achieve clarity in reading, speaking, writing, and listening.
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