Summer Literature

Are you home for the summer and looking for college credit?

Did you just graduate high school and are looking for a jump start on your college career?

Camp Community College can help with summer literature classes.

Summer literature classes at Camp Community College bring rich opportunities to K-12 teachers.

Recertification points can be gained in five weeks during the summer for elementary, middle school, and high school teachers.

Choose From:

Introduction to Literature
ENG 125-71A, 3 credits
Not sure about taking a literature course? “Introduction to Literature” is an invitation to explore some our most celebrated poems, short stories, and plays.”

Survey of American Literature Parts I and II
ENG 234-71A, 3 credits and ENG 235-71B, 3 credits
These two survey classes are five weeks each and can be taken alone or back-to-back for a total of six credits. Students will receive a comprehensive overview of American literature starting with the works of Native Americans and concluding with authors representing Modernism and the Southern Renaissance. Through the study of the historical, social, and political context of the targeted authors their works, students will glean an understanding of the myriad literary movements that define the canon of American literature.

Children’s Literature
ENG 250-71A, 3 credits
Adult students will revisit their childhood imaginations and experience adventurous fantasies where pigs fly and fauns serve tea to young girls.

African-American Literature Parts I and II
ENG 253-71B, 3 credits and ENG 253-71B, 3 credits
Students are able to study diverse African-American poets and authors who have contributed significantly to the American literary tapestry.

Contact one of the following advisors to enroll: Elaine Beale,; Carrie Hoeft,;
Daniel Rollins,; Tasha Taylor,; or Trina Ferguson,