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Associate of Arts Degree

Not only does a degree in English provide you a solid foundation of reading and writing, it also provides the opportunity to expand your world. Language is required to think critically and communicate clearly whether you’re texting a friend or sending a formal letter.

With the skills gained while completing CWC’s two-year degree in English, students will be well on their way to communication success with employers, clients and in everyday life. This degree is a fine start to a four-year degree in English or a perfect selection for a minor to be a useful tool for any career field. There is no endeavor that would not benefit from the writing and thinking skills you cultivate with English.

Course Number Course


COMM 1030 Interpersonal Communication

3 credits

ENGL 1010 English Composition I

3 credits

ENGL 1020 English Composition II

3 credits

ENGL 2002 Technical Writing

3 credits

Student must take an additional 21 elective credits in consultation with their advisor.

English 2000-2499 15
Additional courses with a HUM General Education designator 6

*Take a minimum of 15 credits of ENGL-2000-2499 courses. Take 6 credits of additional courses with a HUM General Education designator.

Students must complete general education requirements that will provide students a general knowledge to help them complete a degree at CWC.

American & Wyoming Government 3
Arts 3
Humanities 3
Lab Science 4
Mathematics 3
Social Science 3
University Studies 1

Total Credit Hours: 60

Meet your professors

Wes Connally

Professor of English

Dr. Connally enjoys seeing students move from one level of writing to the next. Watching the satisfaction students have with their achievements is something he loves about working with students.

Buck Tilton

Associate Professor of English

Buck Tilton brings three decades of experience teaching wilderness medicine and writing books and magazine articles to his job as an English Instructor.

David Gray

Professor of English

David Gray brings experience in marketing, journalism, theatre and military communications to the classroom.

Ben Evans

Professor of English

Ben Evans has taught English at CWC for many years.