This course is designed to enhance students' essay writing skills with emphasis on critical analysis of narrative, descriptive, expository, and argumentative essays.  This course also introduces students to interpretive literature and the analysis and interpretation of elements of fiction and poetic devices found in literary works.

EN 108 is a general core English course which is mandatory for all students enrolled in the Associates degree at Corozal Junior College. This course aims at attaining competency in the conventions of academic writing.  Students should become fluent writers and speakers of the English language through practice and application of the writing conventions of the English Language.   They should be able to construct grammatically correct analytical essays using the appropriate text structures.  This should lead to competence in oral and written language usage in the academic and work field.




This course is designed to enhance students' essay writing skills with emphasis on critical analysis of narrative, descriptive, expository, and argumentative essays.  This course also introduces students to interpretive literature and the analysis and interpretation of elements of fiction and poetic devices found in literary works.

This course is a mandatory course for students whose high school and ATLIB English scores which do not meet the college level English level for EN107; consequently, this course is a prerequisite course for EN 107 with the two-fold intention of offering remediation in English grammar, mechanics and punctuation with the aim to enhance students’ background knowledge in Standard English and improve the written and oral expression at the college level.


EN 107: This course aims at strengthening students’ writing skills for narrative, descriptive, expository and argumentative writing. The focus is on the process of writing such as planning (selecting a topic, writing effective thesis statements, finding a style suitable to a particular audience), organizing ideas in outlines, writing first drafts, editing, and rewriting to produce acceptable essays. Furthermore, argumentative writing skills will be reinforced through in-class debates which require in-depth research techniques and use of the APA formatting for presenting essays

This course aims to establish formality in meaningful Communication practices employed in daily interactions and transactions in global Business contexts. It emphasizes on the modus operandi in formal written and spoken Business communication, and serves as an agent for enhancing verbal and non-verbal communication in business. Furthermore, it promotes the use of Standard English as a catalyst for enhancing and creating cogency in both the oral and written expression.

This course emphasizes the wider framework of communication principles, systems and processes within which language use has context, achieves coherence and is enhanced. It focuses specifically on the appreciation of the linguistic complexity and diversity of the Caribbean and the implications of this diversity for social, cultural and economic transactions. It also focuses on understanding the Communication process and how it is influenced by listening and Language. Furthermore, it relates to how Creole is developed and it s influence in the Caribbean.