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1 English Courses & Descriptions ENGL 101. Elements of Composition (3; F, S) Three hours per week. An emphasis on the principles of writing and an introduction to the reading of college-level prose. ENGL 103. Introductory Writing (3; F, S) Three hours per week. A student must earn at least a C- or the course must be repeated. This course must be completed within the student s first year of study. ENGL 103 focuses on the development of skills necessary for reading analytically and writing clear, accurate, coherent expository prose. It also introduces students to basic research skills, library resources, and documentation systems. Students who pass ENGL 103 but do not pass the ENGL 103 Exit Exam are required to enroll in ENGL 214WI prior to reaching 60 credit hours, and must pass ENGL 214WI in order to graduate. ENGL 199. Special Topics (1-3) Prerequisite: ENGL 103. A study of selected topics of interest in language, literature, film, and/or writing. Course may carry a RI, WI, or H designation. May be repeated for credit when the topic has changed. ENGL 202. The American Literary Experience (3) Three hours per week. A survey of American literature from the Puritans to the present, emphasizing major authors and identifying themes common to different historical periods. Includes a variety of critical approaches. ENGL 203. World Literature (3; F, S) Three hours per week. Prerequisites: Students must have passed ENGL 103 with a "C-" or better in order to enroll in ENGL 203. Students may simultaneously be enrolled in ENGL 214WI while they take ENGL 203. A survey of selected masterpieces, translated into English, which have influenced the evolution of various world cultures over several centuries. Works studied might include Gilgamesh, The Odyssey, The Ramayana, The Koran, Japanese Noh drama, and African literatures. ENGL 204. The British Literary Experience I (3) Three hours per week. An introduction to British writers of major importance from the Beowulf poet to the pre-romantics. Includes a variety of critical approaches. ENGL 206. The British Literary Experience II (3) Three hours per week. An introduction to major literary movements and writers, from Wordsworth and Coleridge to the present. Includes a variety of critical approaches. ENGL 212. Special Topics (var. 3-6) WI, or H designation. May be repeated for credit when the topic has changed. ENGL 214WI. Research Writing in the Disciplines (3; F, S) Three hours per week. Prerequisite: Students must have taken and passed ENGL 103 with a "C-" or better. Course will further develop research writing skills with an emphasis on writing across the curriculum. Special focus on argumentative writing, thesis development, analysis, and disciplineappropriate conventions of organization, structure, and language; also focuses on using source material, summarizing, quoting, using in-text citation, using documentation systems, grammar and mechanics.

2 Open to students in any major at any point in their studies; however, students who pass ENGL 103 but do not pass the ENGL 103 proficiency exam are required to enroll in ENGL 214WI prior to reaching 60 credit hours, and must pass ENGL 214WI in order to graduate. May be taken simultaneously with ENGL 203. ENGL 302WI. Writing: Exposition (3) Three hours per week. Enrollment limited to 15 students. Intensive study and practice in the methods used in exposition, that is, writing which sets forth or explains the nature of an idea, object or theme. ENGL 304WI. Writing: Argumentation (3) Three hours per week. Enrollment limited to 15 students. Intensive study and practice in the methods used in argumentation, that is, the attempt to influence a reader by establishing the truth or falsity of a proposition. ENGL 305. Survey of Literary Theory (3; F, S) Three hours per week. Required for English majors. This course provides an introduction to the most important schools of literary interpretation. It will examine the primary schools of thought as well as the debates that surround them. This course explores these schools and more while honing the student s skills of literary interpretation through analysis, critical writing, and the development of a lexicon related to these skills. ENGL 306WI. Creative Writing (3) Three hours per week. May be repeated with permission of instructor for credit, depending on the extensiveness and nature of the project. Enrollment limited to 15 students. Critical guidance for students who are interested in producing original, imaginative prose or poetry. ENGL 308. Theory and Practice of Copy Editing (3; F/S) This course will introduce students to various approaches to editing and editorial theory. Topics may include exploration of the nature of text, the author/editor relationship, fact-checking, and style manuals. The course will also examine practical issues related to editing text for contemporary readers, the role of authorial voice, and the use of digital technology in the preservation and transmission of text. Theory will meet practice in assignments that require students to apply various editorial theories to written texts in both online and offline environments. ENGL 310. Studies in Film (3) Three hours per week. Topics might include film genres, specific directors, film and psychology, film and politics. May be repeated for credit when the topic has changed. ENGL 316. Readings in Drama (3) Three hours per week. Topics and approaches will vary from year to year. The course may present a traditional survey, focus on a particular historical period or theme, or examine the elements of drama in a way that cuts across historical and thematic lines. May be repeated for credit when the topic has changed. ENGL 318. Readings in Poetry (3) Three hours per week. Topics and approaches will vary from year to year and may range from an examination of the elements of poetry, as employed by master poets, to a study of particular poetic forms, such as the sonnet or lyric. May be repeated for credit when the topic has changed.

3 ENGL 320. Readings in the Novel (3) Three hours per week. Topics and approaches will vary from year to year. The course may present a traditional survey of representative British novelists or focus on a particular historical period or theme, or examine the elements of the novel in a way that cuts across historical and thematic lines. May be repeated for credit when the topic has changed. ENGL 324. Early and Medieval British Literature (3) Three hours per week. A study of representative works in their original language from England s first literary period, beginning with Beowulf and continuing through selected works of Chaucer. ENGL 326. Renaissance Literature (3) Three hours per week. A study of the poetry, prose, and drama of the Elizabethan Age and seventeenth century. Likely to be discussed are such authors as Spenser, Sidney, Marlowe, Shakespeare, Donne and Milton. ENGL 328. Restoration & 18th Century British Literature (3) Three hours per week. A study of selected British prose and poetry from 1660 to 1800, with special emphasis on such authors as Dryden, Swift, Pope, Johnson and members of their social and artistic circles. ENGL th-Century British Literature (3) Three hours per week. A critical overview of nineteenth century prose and poetry, from the rebellious romantic movement and its chief proponents including Wordsworth, Coleridge, Byron, Shelley, Keats and the Brontes to the rise, triumph and fall of the Victorian age as seen in the works of Carlyle, Browning, Arnold, Tennyson, Dickens and George Eliot, among others. ENGL 332. Modern British Literature (3) Three hours per week. A survey of the major forces in 20 th century British prose and poetry. ENGL th-Century American Literature (3) Three hours per week. An examination of American prose and poetry from the pre-civil War romantics to the realists and naturalists who responded in varying ways to the industrial spirit of late-nineteenth and early twentieth century America. Likely to be included are such writers as Emerson, Hawthorne, Poe, Melville, Whitman, Dickinson, Twain, Crane, Chopin, Dreiser and Henry James. ENGL th Century American Literature (3) Three hours per week. Major American writers of fiction and poetry from the 20 th century. Likely to be included are such writers such as T.S. Eliot, Pound, Williams, Stevens, Anderson, Hemingway, Fitzgerald, Faulkner and Wright, among others. ENGL 342. Contemporary Literature (3) Three hours per week. A study of British, American, and other English literature of the last two or three decades, considering international influences and the rise of postmodernism. May be repeated for credit when the topic has changed. ENGL 378. Special Topics (var. 3-6) WI or H designation. May be repeated for credit when the topic has changed.

4 ENGL 400. Linguistics (3) Three hours per week. An introduction to basic linguistic theory including semantics, pragmatics, syntax, morphology, and phonology, especially as these fields apply to the study of literature. ENGL 402. English Grammar (3) Three hours per week. The study of grammar, drawing on traditional, structural, and transformational generative methodologies. ENGL 406WI. Advanced Creative Writing (3) Three hours per week. Prerequisite: ENGL 306WI or permission of the instructor. Enrollment limited to 15 students. May be repeated with permission of instructor for credit, depending on the extensiveness and nature of the project. A continuation of ENGL 306WI. ENGL 408. Shakespeare (3) Three hours per week. A study of Shakespeare as poet and playwright; an examination of his plays in performance as well as in literary context. The plays chosen will vary from year to year but will usually include a mixture of early and late works through a sampling of comedies, histories and tragedies. ENGL 410. Studies in Major British Authors (3) Three hours per week. An intensive examination of British writers of compelling interest. The course may focus on a single author, such as Chaucer, Milton or Blake, or compare the moral and social alternatives offered by several authors, such as George Eliot, Shaw and Lawrence. May be repeated for credit when the topic has changed. ENGL 412. Studies in Major American Authors (3) Three hours per week. An intensive examination of American writers of compelling interest. The course may focus on a single author, such as Henry James or Mark Twain, or compare the world-views of several authors, such as Melville and Faulkner. May be repeated for credit when the topic has changed. ENGL 414. Special Topics (var. 3-6) WI, or H designation. May be repeated for credit when the topic has changed. ENGL 425. Gender & Literary Perspectives (3) Three hours per week. A study of roles, theories, and issues of gender and family. Focus may be on one or more forms of expression, including fiction, drama, poetry, essays, films or nonfiction. May be repeated for credit when the topic has changed. ENGL 432. Literature & Composition (3) Three hours per week. The interrelatedness of the teaching of writing and the teaching of literature, with an emphasis on the composing process that unites these disciplines. ENGL 490. Internship (max. 6) Prerequisite: Junior or senior status. The student will work for a minimum of three hours per week for each hour of academic credit. These credit hours will not satisfy any requirements for an English major or minor. The internship must be arranged by a member of the English faculty and be approved by the Humanities Division Chair, as well as the organization providing the work. Opportunities for internships depend on the needs of local organizations and the availability of faculty members to coordinate student work.

5 ENGL 495. Certificate in Editing Practicum (3; F/S) Prerequisites: ENGL 308, ENGL 402, and COMM 331. The goal of the practicum is to place students in environments where they can put into practice the editing skills and theories explored in their curriculum. Although students will be encouraged to work in off campus environments, on campus opportunities will be allowed. Practicum experiences should emphasize working with and/or producing written text. A practicum involving editing experiences in web based environments (including e- publishing sites, online journals and web-design companies), traditional print environments, and advertising and marketing companies will have priority.

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