East Georgia is a great place to begin your studies in English. Here, you'll find:
- Great faculty, such as Dr. Alan Brasher, a member of the Board of Regents Hall of Fame for Teaching Excellence
- Spacious facilities, including "smart" computer classrooms
- Challenging opportunities to learn more and to build your skills, through work on the award-winning campus newspaper, Hoopee Bird, or on the College's literary magazine, Wiregrass; by tutoring students in the ACE; or by participating in the College's Global Movie Club.
- The College Vision Series featuring world-renowned authors whose books are part of the curriculum and are brought in so that students can interact with them.
Where Will You Go From Here?
Most students who study English transfer to complete their four-year degrees and then master’s or professional degrees, and work as teachers, writers, attorneys, public servants, government officials, business and civic leaders, journalists, and in a wide spectrum of other careers. Written communication is a fundamental aspect of success in any career field, and therefore the possibilities for future careers are limitless for students with a strong background in English.
EGSC English students have transferred to complete their degrees at:
- Georgia Southwestern State University
- Georgia College and State University
- Georgia Southern University
- University of Georgia
- Valdosta State University
I have an open discussion approach in the classroom. I encourage people to think about ideas and then to question and challenge those ideas, each other, and me.
Dr. Alan Brasher
|Core Areas A, B, C, D and E
Required: 42 Hours
|Required (Choose One):
|ENGL 2111 World Literature I||3|
|ENGL 2112 World Literature II||3|
NOTE: ENGL 2111/2112 must be taken as the Area C Literature requirement, the other course must be taken in Area F.
|Guided Electives (Choose Two):
|FREN 2001 Intermediate French I||3|
|FREN 2002 Intermediate French II||3|
|SPAN 2001 Intermediate Spanish I||3|
|SPAN 2002 Intermediate Spanish II||3|
|Free Electives (Choose Three):
|ART 1100 Introduction to Art||3|
|ART 2030 Art History I||3|
|ART 2031 Art History II||3|
|ENGL 2120 British Literature||3|
|ENGL 2130 American Literature||3|
|ENGL 2140 Survey of Children’s Literature||3|
|ENGL 2200 Creative Writing||3|
|ENGL 2999 Special Topics in Literature||3|
|HIST 1111 Western Civilization to 1648||3|
|HIST 1112 Western Civilization since 1648||3|
|HIST 2111 U.S. History to 1865||3|
|HIST 2112 U.S. History since 1865||3|
|MUSC 1100 Music Appreciation||3|
|PSYC 1101 General Psychology||3|
|THEA 1100 Theater Appreciation||3|