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New Course available for Fall 2023
English 62D - Indigenous American Literature. Course Code: 71147. (12 Week Course: Sept. 25 - Dec. 15 - Fully Online), Instructor: Professor Jose, CSU, UC Transferable
Works by Indigenous authors: fiction, nonfiction, poetry, myths, legends and its relationship to social issues and identity politics.
English 62C - Asian American Literature. Course Code: 71144. (15 Week Course: Sept. 4 - Dec. 15 - Fully Online) Instructor: Dr. Pamela Pan, CSU, UC Transferable
You will read, discuss, and write about short stories, essays, novels, memoirs, and poems by Asian American authors such as Amy Tan, Maxine Hong Kingston (a Stockton native), Ken Liu, Carlos Bulosan, Loung Ung, Wakako Yamauchi, Jhumpa Lahiri, Cathy Park Hong, Ocean Vuong, Li-Young Lee, Mitsuye Yamada, and many others. The materials are eye-opening, thought provoking, and will resonate with you on many levels.
Check out this Meet and Greet recording introducing some of the academic counselors and resource specialists in the Language and Communication TrAC.
Take a look at the degrees and certificates you can obtain within this TrAC. Counselors Diane Fenech and Raichelle Grays describe in detail the job opportunities you can obtain after you receive a certificate or an associate's degree from one of the majors with the Communication and Languages TrAC. You want to know what careers you can go to after you get one of these degrees? Check out this informational video!
Tips On How To Prepare For Final Exams with our TrAC counselors, Diane and Raichelle