Mt. San Antonio College hosts a wide range of courses in English composition, literature, creative writing, and journalism, including courses in developmental composition and grammar, college-level transferable composition and literature courses, and honors courses. These courses serve the needs of transfer students, students seeking AA degrees and specialized certificates, and members of the community at-large.

The department, in particular, provides a substantial undergraduate curriculum and faculty support in the creative writing and journalism programs. In each of our courses, faculty seek to promote critical and creative thinking, providing students with the skills necessary to thrive in their academic pursuits, in the workplace, and in their personal development.

English Department Events

Mt. San Antonio College’s Fourth Annual Writers’ Weekend, April 24-26, 2015. For more info, click here.

The Norman Mailer Center and Writers Colony and the National Council of Teachers of English jointly sponsor the 2012 Norman Mailer Two-Year College Writing Awards (fiction and poetry). The competition is open to first-and second-year full-time students enrolled in community colleges, junior colleges, and technical colleges. Winners in each category will receive the following:

  • Cash award of $5,000
  • Travel and lodging to attend the Colony’s National Award Ceremony

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Added Courses

The department is excited to offer the following courses for Summer 2015!

LIT 3: Multicultural Literature

English 1B: Introduction to Literature

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