english requirement

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  1. Chucky

    Chucky Junior Member
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    Hi all:
    Most schools requires a year of english for admission. I am currently a sophmore now and have taken tons of courses that meets composition requirements, like Comparative Literature, Composition, and Cinema. However, none of these courses are titled "english", do the courses counts toward the requirement or should I take courses that is titled "english #"?

    I really need you guys to help me out on this one, registration starts tommorrow!
     
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    My two English courses were College Composition (3 credits) and Literature (3 credits).

    This satisfied the 6 credits required.

    As long as the courses were in the English department, I don't see why they would not be considered for the English requirement. If you have any questions, you can call the schools you are applying to or discuss this with you premedical advisor.

    But, as I said before, they sound OK to me.

    JPH
     

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