Writing Emphasis Courses

In addition to the two required Area I: Communications Writing Emphasis courses, A.A. students must select two additional courses from the list below to complete the remaining 6 credit hours of the 12 credit hour Writing Emphasis or "Gordon Rule" Writing (GRW) requirement. Courses used toward the satisfaction of this 12 credit hour Writing Emphasis (GRW) requirement must be passed with a grade of “C” or higher. Each of the courses below is 3 credit hours

AMH 2010U.S. History to 1877

3 Credits

AMH 2020U.S. History Since 1877

3 Credits

AMH 2035U.S. History Since 1945

3 Credits

AML 2020American Literature from 1865 to Present

3 Credits

ANT 2000Introduction to Anthropology

3 Credits

CRW 2000Creative Writing I

3 Credits

CRW 2002Creative Writing II

3 Credits

ENC 1101College Composition I

3 Credits

ENC 1102Composition: Literature

3 Credits

ENC 2210Technical & Professional Writing

3 Credits

ENC 2300Composition: Argumentation

3 Credits

ENL 2022British Literature 1600 to Present

3 Credits

EUH 1000Western Civilization I

3 Credits

EUH 1001Western Civilization II

3 Credits

FIL 2001Introduction to American Cinema

3 Credits

FIL 2837Science Fiction Cinema

3 Credits

HUM 2454African-American Humanities

3 Credits

HUM 2461Latin American Humanities

3 Credits

LIT 2000Introduction to Literature

3 Credits

LIT 2090Contemporary Literature: Survey

3 Credits

LIT 2120World Literature 1650 to Present

3 Credits

LIT 2930Selected Topics in Literature

3 Credits

MMC 2100Writing for the Mass Media

3 Credits

PHI 2010Introduction to Philosophy

3 Credits

PHI 2630Contemporary Ethics

3 Credits

POS 2041American National Government

3 Credits

THE 2020Introduction to Western Theatre Arts

3 Credits

AMH 2020, ANT 2000, ENC 1101, LIT 2000, PHI 2010, and POS 2041 also satisfy State Core General Education requirements. Students enrolled at LSSC under a prior catalog year should refer to their governing catalog for the General Education courses needed to satisfy their requirements. See the Governing Catalog section for more information.