Study English at Mission
- Earn an associates in arts degree (AA-T)
- Take courses that satisfy UC and Cal State transfer requirements.
- Choose from online, hybrid, or face-to-face courses.
- We want your experiences to be positive, rewarding, and engaging.
- Courses in the English reflect the perspectives and passions of the teachers and students in our community.
- Our faculty is committed to helping you reach your full potential as a reader, writer, and thinker.
- We believe that diversity and inclusion are essential.
Get Help With Your Writing
- Need help with your writing? Stop by the Writing Center in SEC!
The Mission Review Literary Journal
Deadline: February 15, 2021
Classes to Consider
ENG 07B • American Literature 1865 to Present
Come explore the works of a wide range of diverse American authors such as Mark Twain, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, John Steinbeck, and Toni Morrison. This is a transfer course.
ENG 070 • Creative Writing
This transferable course explores your creativity. Students will read and analyze professional writers and attend literary events and hear from visiting writers.
ENG 048 • Intro to Shakespeare
Read and learn about the famous English bard through his selection of plays and sonnets. It's tragic! It's funny! There's romatnce and there's a little bit of death too!
What Type of Class is For You?
Find the type of class that is perfect for you.
Reason to Take an English Class
- Combine analysis and imagination, the practical and the creative. Express yourself and explore your passions.
- Composition and literature classes help you develop skills that are in demand from employers: careful reading, precise and powerful writing, thoughtful discourse.
- Become a valuable member of any team you decide to join.
- In all the English Department’s classes, instructors work hard to foster student-centered communities. You will have the chance to make meaningful connections.
Find the Right Class for You
Try One of These Transferrable Electives
English Lit Through the 18th Century
Join a learning community and be a part a group of students interested in learning about Latino/a culture and interested in having a personal professional mentor.