English 10 involves a continued study of literature and composition through critical reading of fiction, nonfiction, drama, and poetry. Students will write critically and creatively in response to literature and its real life connections.
English 12 is a literature-based, integrated course, which focuses on the study of British literature. The course includes the study of the development of British literature from the Old English period to the twentieth century
General Studies Writing 1110 (GSW 1110) has been designed to provide college students with an introduction to academic writing—the kind of writing students are asked to do throughout college and often beyond. Most students who are new to college have had little experience with academic writing and sometimes find learning to write in new ways challenging. To this end, GSW 1110 has been designed to assist students in making the transition from high school writing to college-level writing.
GSW 1120, “Academic Writing,” is the last in the series of General Studies Writing (GSW) courses offered at BGSU. The emphasis in GSW 1120 is on developing students' critical and analytical skills in reading, thinking, and writing. Specifically, GSW 1120 is designed to give students instruction and extensive practice in reading scholarly articles, writing critiques of texts, making logical connections among several sources, and writing about those connections.