We are here to help you achieve your academic and professional goals. Our emphasis is on helping you to develop strong written communication skills as well as enhance your critical thinking ability. We are committed to delivering courses that serve the community by supporting the development of written communication, critical thinking, and research skills required to succeed in academic and professional environments.

Please reach out to us about courses needed for general education requirements and for any questions about potential majors in English. We wish you the best in accomplishing your goals and are here to provide any assistance!

The mission statement of the Composition courses taught at Weatherford College is to introduce students to—and to help them practice—the application of the writing process as they complete projects for specific genres. Through a variety of readings and writing assignments, students will learn to engage with and analyze texts, ideas, and genres.

The mission of Literature courses taught at Weatherford College is to develop knowledge of and appreciation for literature from a variety of perspectives and cultures. The Department seeks to realize its mission through a series of broad survey courses that will require students to read and analyze texts.

Weatherford College Technical Writing courses prepare students to communicate in the workplace through a focus on technical and professional writing.

Career Options

Teacher, Author, Technical Writer, Copywriter, Editor, Reporter, Proofreader, Web Content Manager, Lawyer, Politician, and so many more!

Transfer Rate
Students transfer to a 4-year institution


Related Programs

  • Exploratory
  • Business & Industry
  • Health Professionals
  • Public Service
  • STEM


  • Diann Ainsworth, Ph.D.
  • Jared Abraham, M.A.
  • Dana Brewer, Ph.D.
  • Christi Cook, Ph.D.
  • Lisa D'Amico, Ph.D.
  • Marcie DeChiara, M.A.
  • Trey Jansen, Ph.D.
  • Laura McBride, Ph.D.
  • Jennifer Smith, Ph.D.
  • William Smith, Ph.D.
  • Adrianne Treinies, M.A.
  • Shannon Vails, Ph.D.


Dana Brewer
Department Chair, Humanities