Tentative Course Offerings

English Department

2017-2018 Scheduled Course Offerings

 

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

 

COURSEs

units

GE

 

GWR

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USCP

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Fall

2017

Winter

2018

Spring

2018

ENGL 92 Basic Writing II (CR/NC only)

4      

x

 

 

ENGL 93 Essay Writing/ESL (CR/NC only)

1      

x

 

 

ENGL 96 Writing Laboratory (CR/NC only)

4      

x

x

x

ENGL 133 Writing and Rhetoric for ESL 

4 A1    

x

x

 

ENGL 134 Writing and Rhetoric 

4 A1    

x

x

x

ENGL 145 Reasoning, Argumentation, and Writing 

4 A3    

x

x

x

ENGL 148 Reasoning, Argumentation, and Professional Writing 

4 A3    

x

x

x

ENGL 149 Technical Writing for Engineers 

4 A3    

x

x

x

ENGL 150 Writing Tutorial (1) (CR/NC only) 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

 

x

ENGL 221 Intro to Technical & Professional Communication 4            

ENGL 230 Masterworks of British Lit through the 18th Century 

4 C1    

x

x

 

ENGL 231 Masterworks of British Lit from the late 18th Century-Present

4 C1    

x

x

x

ENGL 241 Amer Lit: Beginnings to 1865 4 C1     x x x
ENGL 242 Amer Lit: 1830 to Present 4 C1     x   x

ENGL 251 Great Books I: Introduction to Classical Literature 

4 C1    

x

x

x

ENGL 252 Great Books II: Medieval to Enlightenment Literature 

4 C1    

x

x

x

ENGL 253 Great Books III: Romanticism to Modernism Literature 

4 C1    

x

x

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

x

 

ENGL 304 Core V: 1861-1914 

4      

 

x

x

ENGL 305 Core VI: 1914-Present 

4      

x

 

x

ENGL 310 Corporate Communication 

4   [/]  

x

x

x

ENGL 317 Technical Editing 4   [/]     x  
ENGL 319 Information Design and Production 4           x
ENGL 330 British Lit in the Age of Belief: to 1485 4 C4 [/]        
ENGL 331 British Lit in the Age of Discovery: 1485-1660  4 C4 [/]       x
ENGL 332 British Lit in the Age of Enlightenment: 1660-1798 4 C4 [/]        

ENGL 333 British Lit in the Age of Romanticism 

4 C4 [/]  

 

x

x

ENGL 334 British Lit in the Age of Industrialism: 1832-1914 

4 C4 [/]  

 

 

x

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

4 C4 [/]  

 

x

 

ENGL 339 Introduction to Shakespeare 

4 C4 [/]  

x

x

x

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

4 C4 [/]  

 

 

 

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

4 C4 [/]  

 

 

 

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

4 C4 [/]  

 

 

 

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

4 C4 [/]  

 

x

 

ENGL 345 Women Writers of the Twentieth Century 4 C4 [/]   x    

ENGL 346 Ethnic American Literature 

4 C4 [/] [/]

x

x

 

ENGL 347 African American Literature 

4 C4 [/] [/]

x

x

x

ENGL 349 Gender in Twentieth Century Literature  4 C4 [/] [/]      

ENGL 350 The Modern Novel 

4 C4 [/]  

 

x

 

ENGL 351 Modern Poetry 

4 C4 [/]  

x

 

x

ENGL 352 Modern Drama 4 C4 [/]   x x  

ENGL 354 The Bible as Literature and in Literature and the Arts

4 C4 [/]  

x

 

 

ENGL 361 Reading Instruction for the Teaching of Young Adult Literature

5      

 

x

 

ENGL 368 Theory and Practice of Peer-to-Peer Writing Instruction 

4      

x

x

 

ENGL 370  World Cinema 4 C4 [/]        

ENGL 371 Film Styles and Genres 

4 C4 [/]  

 

x

x

ENGL 372 Film Directors 

4 C4 [/]  

x

 

 

ENGL 380 Literary Themes 

4 C4 [/]  

x

x

 

ENGL 381 Diversity in Twentieth-Century American Literature 

4 C4 [/] [/]

x

x

x

ENGL 382 LGBT Literature and Media 4 C4 [/] [/]   x  
ENGL 386 Creative Nonfiction 4 C4          

ENGL 387 Fiction Writing 

4 C4    

x

x

x

ENGL 388 Poetry Writing 

4 C4    

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 400  Special Problems for Advanced Undergraduates 1-4            
ENGL 408  Internship 2-12       x x x
ENGL 421 Advanced Topics in Technical and Professional Communication 4         x  

ENGL 424 Teaching English in Secondary Schools

5      

x

 

 

ENGL 425 English Clinical Seminar Experience

2         x x

ENGL 430 Chaucer 

4      

 

 

 

ENGL 431 Shakespeare 

4      

 

 

 

ENGL 432 Milton 

4      

 

 

 

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 461  Senior Project 4       x   x

ENGL 467 Topics in Rhetoric and Writing 

4      

 

 

x

ENGL 470 Selected Advanced Topics

4      

 

 

x

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      

x

 

 

ENGL 497 Theories of Language Learning and Teaching 

4      

x

 

 

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

4      

 

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

 

 

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 510 Seminar in Authors              

ENGL 511 Seminar in American Literary Periods 

4      

x

 

x

ENGL 512 Seminar in British Literary Periods 

4      

 

x

x

ENGL 513 Seminar in Special Topics 

4      

 

 

 

ENGL 515 Apprenticeship: Teaching Lit, Comp, or Linguistics at College Level 2            
ENGL 518 Graduate Technical Communication 4            
ENGL 519 Seminar in Writing and Rhetoric 4         x  
ENGL 570 Selected Advanced Topics 1 - 4            
ENGL 590 Directed Study 1 - 4            
ENGL 598 Graduate Project 2       x   x

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