Welcome to GateWay’s Language, Literature, and Literacy Division
GateWay's Literacy, Language, and Literature Division includes courses in First Year Composition (ENG 101, ENG 102), Preparatory Academic Writing (ENG 071, ENG 081, ENG 091), English as a Second Language (ESL 030, ESL 040, ESL 031, ESL 041, ESL 050, ESL 051), Reading (RDG 081, RDG 100), Critical Reading and Thinking (CRE 101), and English Humanities (ENH 110, ENH 190, ENH 251, ENH 285).
The English Department offers courses in person, hybrid, and online. All courses use Canvas.
Beginning Composition is a sequence of two writing courses that prepare students to write and think at a college level. GateWay offers a sequence of ENG101 and ENG102 courses that meet the requirements for most certificates and transfer degrees. ENG101 and 102 meet the general education designation of FYC (First Year Composition).
ENG Courses Offered
|ENG071||Preparatory Academic Writing I|
|ENG081||Preparatory Academic Writing II|
|ENG091||Preparatory Academic Writing III|
|ENG101||First-Year Composition (ENG101)|
|ENG102||First-Year Composition (ENG102)|
GateWay’s faculty are dedicated to ensuring student success online. Taking online courses at GateWay is convenient; you can learn and earn your credits anytime, anywhere. We offer 8 week, 16 week and late start 8 week online courses.
ENG Online at GateWay means you will have access to your instructor online and in person, organized and understandable course design, and multiple ways to communicate with others.
Are you a potential online student? Check the list to see if online can work for you:
- Are you motivated to meet your goals?
- You have a reliable computer and internet connection.
- You are pretty good with time-management.
Online ENG Courses
|ENG101 - 8 Weeks||ENG102 - 8 Weeks|
|ENG101 - 16 Weeks||ENG102 - 16 weeks|
|ENG101 - Late Start 8 Week||ENG102 - Late Start ENG102|
ENH courses coincide with degree programs and Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC) certificates, support general education core for an associate degree or certificate, and help students develop a greater understanding of themselves, their relationship with others, and the diverse world through literature.
ENH courses provide diversified curriculum to align with student interests, cultural diversity, and global awareness to support a global society, while considering the human condition from a multitude of perspectives by exploring culture/ethnicity, religions, personalities, communication styles, psychologies, sexualities, politics, and philosophies. The courses prepare students to contribute to society through personal, social, and professional interactions.
In addition, ENH courses enhance students’ skills in critical thinking, complex problem-solving, written, and oral communication, and applied knowledge in real-world settings.
ENH courses satisfy course designation requirements in Cultural Diversity, Global Awareness, Historical Awareness, Humanities, and Literacy.
|ENH110||Introduction to Literature|
Introduction to US Ethnic Literature (ENH190)
|ENH251||Introduction to Mythology|
|ENH285||Contemporary Women Writers (ENH285)|
Contemporary U.S. Literature and Film (ENH255)
|ENH295||Banned Books and Censorship|
Associate in Arts: $5,774*
* Please note that these are only estimates and do not include books. These estimates may change based on increases to tuition, course fees and book costs. Estimates are based on the 2016-2017 tuition rates for in-county students. Additional fees may apply.
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