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Upcoming Course Offerings

English Department

2014-2015 Scheduled Course Offerings

 

This is a tentative schedule only.  Actual course offerings may be modified to accommodate budget contingencies.

 

COURSE NUMBERS AND TITLES (UNITS)

Fall

2014

Winter

2015

Spring

2015

ENGL 102 Basic Writing II (4)

x

 

 

ENGL 103 Writing Laboratory (1)

x

x

x

ENGL 113 Essay Writing/ESL (4)

x

 

 

ENGL 115 Graduation Writing Requirement Preparation (4)

 

 

 

ENGL 133 Writing and Rhetoric for ESL (4)

x

x

 

ENGL 134 Writing and Rhetoric (4)

x

x

x

ENGL 145 Reasoning, Argumentation, and Writing (4)

x

x

x

ENGL 148 Reasoning, Argumentation, and Professional Writing (4)

x

x

x

ENGL 149 Technical Writing for Engineers (4)

x

x

x

ENGL 150 Writing Tutorial (1) x x x

ENGL 202 Introduction to Literary Studies (4)

 

x

x

ENGL 203 Core I: 450-1485 (4)

x

x

 

ENGL 204 Core II: 1485-1660 (4)

 

x

x

ENGL 205 Core III: 1660-1789 (4)

 

 

x

ENGL 230 Masterworks of British Lit. through the 18th Century (4)

 

 

 

ENGL 231 Masterworks of British Lit. from the late 18th Century to Present (4)

 

 

 

ENGL 240 The American Tradition in Literature (4)

x

x

x

ENGL 251 Great Books I: Introduction to Classical Literature (4)

x

x

x

ENGL 252 Great Books II: Medieval to Enlightenment Literature (4)

 

x

 

ENGL 253 Great Books III: Romanticism to Modernism Literature (4)

 

 

x

ENGL 290 Introduction to Linguistics (4)

 

x

x

ENGL 302 Writing: Advanced Composition (4)

x

x

x

ENGL 303 Core IV: 1789-1861 (4)

x

 

 

ENGL 304 Core V: 1861-1914 (4)

 

x

 

ENGL 305 Core VI: 1914-Present (4)

x

 

x

ENGL 310 Corporate Communication (4)

x

x

x

ENGL 332 British Lit. in the Age of Enlightenment: 1660-1798 (4) x    

ENGL 333 British Literature in the Age of Romanticism (4)

x

 

 

ENGL 334 British Literature in the Age of Industrialism: 1832-1914 (4)

 

x

 

ENGL 335 British Literature in the Age of Modernism: 1914-Present

 

x

x

ENGL 339 Introduction to Shakespeare (4)

x

x

x

ENGL 340 The Literary Sources of the American Character: 1600-1865 (4)

x

 

 

ENGL 341 The Literary Sources of the American Character: 1865-1914 (4)

 

x

x

ENGL 342 The Literary Sources of the American Character: 1914-1956 (4)

 

 

 

ENGL 343 Multiple Voices of Contemporary American Literature: 1956-Present (4)

 

x

 

ENGL 345 Women Writers of the Twentieth Century (4)

         

ENGL 346 Ethnic American Literature (4)

 

 

 

ENGL 347 African American Literature (4)

x

x

x

ENGL 349 Gender in Twentieth Century Literature (4) x    

ENGL 350 The Modern Novel (4)

x

 

 

ENGL 351 Modern Poetry (4)

x

 

 

ENGL 354 The Bible as Literature and in Literature and the Arts (4)

x

 

 

ENGL 361 Reading Instruction for the Teachin of Young Adult Literature (5)

 

x

 

ENGL 368 Theory and Practice of Peer-to-Peer Writing Instruction (4)

x

x

x

ENGL 371 Film Styles and Genres (4)

 

x

 

ENGL 372 Film Directors (4)

x

 

x

ENGL 380 Literary Themes (4)

x

x

x

ENGL 381 Diversity in Twentieth-Century American Literature (4)

x

x

x

ENGL 387 Fiction Writing (4)

x

x

x

ENGL 388 Poetry Writing (4)

x

x

x

ENGL 390 The Linguistic Structure of Modern English (4)

x

 

 

ENGL 391 Topics in Applied Linguistics (4)

 

x

x

ENGL 395 History of the English Language (4)

x

 

 

ENGL 424 Teaching English in Secondary Schools (5)

x

 

x

ENGL 430 Chaucer (4)

 

 

x

ENGL 431 Shakespeare (4)

 

 

 

ENGL 432 British Literature in the Age of Enlightenment: 1660-1798 (4)

 

 

x

ENGL 439 Significant British Writers (4)

x

 

x

ENGL 449 Significant American Writers (4)

x

x

x

ENGL 459 Significant World Writers (4)

x

x

 

ENGL 468 The Rhetoric of the Image (4)

x

 

 

ENGL 469 Women’s Rhetoric(s): Definitions, Contexts, Issues (4)

 

 

 

ENGL 487 Advanced Creative Writing: Fiction (4)

 

x

x

ENGL 488 Advanced Creative Writing: Poetry (4)

 

x

x

ENGL 495 Topics in Applied Language Study (4)

 

 

 

ENGL 497 Theories of Language Learning and Teaching (4)

x

 

 

ENGL 498 Approaches to Teaching English as a Second Language/Dialect (2)

 

x

 

ENGL 499 Practicum in Teaching English as a Second Language/Dialect (2)

 

 

x

ENGL 501 Techniques of Literary Research (4)

x

 

 

ENGL 502 Seminar in Critical Analysis (4)

x

x

 

ENGL 503 Graduate Introduction to Linguistics (4)

 

x

 

ENGL 505 Seminar in Composition Theory (4)

 

 

x

ENGL 506 Pedagogical Approaches to Composition (4)

x

 

 

ENGL 511 Seminar in American Literary Periods (4)

 

 

x

ENGL 512 Seminar in British Literary Periods (4)

x

x

x

ENGL 513 Seminar in Special Topics (4)

 

 

 


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