Ohio University

English Undergraduate Courses

<h2>ENG 1510 - Writing and Rhetoric I</h2><p>Practice in composing and revising expository essays that are well organized, logically coherent, and effective for their purpose and audience. Topics from personal experience, nonfiction reading, and research material.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 150 or ENGD150 or 1510 placement; not ENG D160 or ENG 1610 placement</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> 1E</p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 1600 - Introduction to Shakespeare in Film</h2><p>Through close reading of Shakespeare's plays and through viewing films in class, students will gain an understanding of Shakespeare's artistry and ideas.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> </p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> 2HL</p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 1610 - Freshman Composition: Writing and Rhetoric</h2><p>For non-native English speaking undergraduate students is designed to instruct such students in higher-level writing skills. Practice in composing and revising expository essays that are well organized, logically coherent, and effective for their purpose and audience. Topics from reading, research, and academic content. Fulfills the requirements for a freshman composition course (ENG 1510). Native English speakers should take ENG 1510.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 1610 placement or C or better in ENG D160 or non-English speaker and WARNING: not ENG 1510</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 4</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> 1E</p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 4.0 seminar</p>
<h2>ENG 2010 - Introduction to Prose Fiction and Nonfiction</h2><p>Introduces students to the different forms of fiction and non-fiction prose (novels, short stories, essays, life-writing) as they have developed and changed over time. Students will acquire and deploy a critical vocabulary in learning to read and analyze these texts.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 1510 or 1610 or 151A or 152 or 153 or 153A or 153B</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> 2HL</p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 2020 - Introduction to Poetry and Drama</h2><p>Introduces students to the different forms of poetry and drama as they have changed over time. Students will acquire and deploy a critical vocabulary in learning to read and analyze these texts. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 1510 or 1610 or 151A or 152 or 153 or 153A or 153B</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> 2HL</p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 2030X - English Electronic Portfolio I</h2><p>This class teaches students how to set up and manage a draft e-portfolio. Students will select appropriate items to include in an e-portfolio and reflect on the learning demonstrated in those items.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> </p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 1</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 2100 - Critical Approaches to Popular Literature</h2><p>Introduction to genres of popular literature (romance, science fiction, detective novel, etc.) as well as to relation between film and popular literature.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> </p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 2800 - Expository Writing and the Research Paper</h2><p>Practice in library research, techniques of documentation, and writing research papers. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 1510 or 1610 or 151A or 152 or 153 or 153A or 153B</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 2820 - Writing About Literature as Social Action</h2><p>Addresses works of literature from a rhetorical perspective, viewing different literary texts as situated within a time and culture. Students analyze different texts as examples of social action. Sections might focus on specific literary genres such as the novel, short fiction, drama, poetry, the memoir, etc., or they might use a mixture of genres. The course engages students in formal and informal writing, writing to learn, critical reading, and critical thinking. This course can serve as one of the core course requirements for the Writing Certificate.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 1510 or 1610 or 151A or 152 or 153 or 153A or 153B</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> 2HL</p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 2900 - Special Topics in English</h2><p>Specific course content will vary with offering.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> </p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be repeated for a maximum of 24.0 hours.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 2970T - Introduction to English Studies</h2><p>Introduces first-semester students to the discipline and practice of English studies, including textual analysis, research, writing, and critical theory. Format is both seminar and individual tutorial.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> Admission to Honors Tutorial Program in English</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 1 - 12</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be repeated for a maximum of 13.0 hours.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 1.0 tutorial</p>
<h2>ENG 2971T - Later British Literature</h2><p>Intensive study through reading, writing, discussion, and tutorial conferencing of the poetry, prose, and drama of 18th-, 19th-, and 20th- century England (1689-2000) </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> HTC</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 1 - 12</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be repeated for a maximum of 13.0 hours.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 1.0 tutorial</p>
<h2>ENG 2980T - Early British Literature</h2><p>Intensive study through reading, writing, discussion, and tutorial conferencing of the poetry, prose, and drama of Anglo-Saxon, Medieval, and Early Modern England (700 C.E. to 1688 C.E.).</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> HTC</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 1 - 12</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be repeated for a maximum of 13.0 hours.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 1.0 tutorial</p>
<h2>ENG 2981T - American Literature</h2><p>Intensive study through reading, writing, discussion, and tutorial conferencing of American poetry, prose, and drama from the 17th century to the present.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> HTC</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 1 - 12</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be repeated for a maximum of 13.0 hours.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 1.0 tutorial</p>
<h2>ENG 3010 - Shakespeare</h2><p>A survey of selected plays by William Shakespeare.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 250 or 2020 or 2 courses above ENG 2000 or Jr or Sr</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3020 - Topics in Shakespeare</h2><p>A survey of plays by Shakespeare and other Renaissance playwrights, often focused on a specific topic.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 250 or 2020 or 2 courses above ENG 2000 or Jr or Sr</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3030J - Writing, Reading, and Rhetoric in the Professions</h2><p>Examines rhetorical theory in professional writing, such as the role of context, audience, and purpose in creating documents, and ethical decision making in professional writing. Will engage students in writing and reading critically, writing individually and collaboratively, and writing formally and informally. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> (ENG 1510 or 1610) and (Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> 1J</p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3040 - English Bible</h2><p>Selected prose and poetry of the Hebrew and Christian scriptures. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2010 or 2020 or 250 or 2 courses above ENG 200 or (Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3050J - Advanced Multilingual Writing and Rhetoric</h2><p>This course is for multilingual students and encourages students to draw on their knowledge and talent in all languages to compose effectively in English. Students compose print and multimodal texts in a variety of public and professional genres, composing primarily in English. Students receive additional English language support as needed. The course also explores relationships between language and power, especially English as a global language. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> (ENG 1510 or 1610) and (Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> 1J</p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3060J - Women and Writing</h2><p>Practice in developing essays on women and their interests, on women and writing, and on gender issues.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> (ENG 1510 or 1610) and (Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> 1J</p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3070J - Writing and Research in English Studies</h2><p>Introduction to advanced writing and research in the field of English studies, including research methods, library resources, integration of primary and secondary sources, and proper scholarly documentation. Primarily intended for English and Integrated Language Arts majors, or students who have had or plan extensive coursework in English.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> (ENG 1510 or 1610) and (Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> 1J</p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3080J - Writing and Rhetoric II</h2><p>Focuses on skills in writing a variety of genres (i.e. rhetorical analysis, research-based argument, report, etc). Coursework includes learning to read rhetorically and using effective strategies for searching academic databases and evaluating sources. Also focuses on using correct documentation and mechanics. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> (ENG 1510 or 1610) and (Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> 1J</p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3090J - Writing in the Sciences</h2><p>Provides students in the sciences with an opportunity to practice writing within their majors. Focuses on how to review prior research, how to propose research projects, how to incorporate research results into final reports, and how to write clearly and concisely. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> (ENG 1510 or 1610) and (Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> 1J</p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3100J - Writing About Environmental Sustainability</h2><p>Our readings, film screenings, discussions (oral and online), research and composing will be focused on relations between people and the environment, primarily but not exclusively, in our regional environment. We will explore mountaintop removal coal mining in Appalachia, the natural history of the region's forests, industrial food systems and "locavore" (agri)culture. Our approach will be "ecological" in the sense of attempting to understand our complex interrelationships with the natural and artificial systems we rely on and of which we are a part. We will take a similar approach to environmental rhetoric and use rhetorical analysis as the main means of mapping connections among informative, persuasive, and creative discourse on these topics.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> (ENG 1510 or 1610) and (Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> 1J</p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3110 - English Literature to 1500</h2><p>Authors, works, and genres of Old and Middle English literature.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 250 or 2020 or 2 courses above ENG 2000 or Jr or Sr</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 seminar</p>
<h2>ENG 3120 - English Literature: 1500-1660</h2><p>Authors, works, and genres of Renaissance English literature.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 250 or 2020 or 2 courses above ENG 2000 or Jr or Sr</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3130 - English Literature: 1660-1800</h2><p>Authors, works, and genres of Restoration and 18th-century English literature studied in their cultural context.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2010 or 2020 or 250 or 2 courses above ENG 200 or (Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3140 - English Literature: 1800-1900</h2><p>Authors, works, and genres of Romantic and Victorian English literature. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2010 or 2020 or 250 or 2 courses above ENG 200 or (Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3150 - English Literature: 1900 to Present</h2><p>Authors, works, and genres of British literature from 1900 to the present.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2010 or 2020 or 250 or 2 courses above ENG 200 or (Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3210 - American Literature to 1865</h2><p>Authors, works, and genres of American literature from the beginnings through the Civil War.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2010 or 2020 or 250 or 2 courses above ENG 200 or (Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3220 - American Literature: 1865-1918</h2><p>Authors, works, and genres of American literature from the end of the Civil War to the end of World War I.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2010 or 2020 or 250 or 2 courses above ENG 200 or (Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3230 - American Literature: 1918 to Present</h2><p>Authors, works, and genres of American literature from the 20th- century to the present.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2010 or 2020 or 250 or 2 courses above ENG 200 or (Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3240 - Jewish American Literature</h2><p>Studies in Jewish American literature from arrival in the 17th- century to the present; analysis of how Jewish American literature influences and is influenced by the classical canon of American literature and how Jewish American writers respond to the Jewish mandate - tikkum olam (to heal the world) - to place, environment, and the diaspora. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2010 or 2020 or 250 or 2 courses above ENG 200 or (Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3250 - Women and Literature</h2><p>Surveys poetry, prose, and theoretical texts by women writers. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2010 or 2020 or 250 or 2 courses above ENG 200 or (Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3260 - Lesbian and Gay Literature</h2><p>Surveys lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered (LGBT) literature with an emphasis on how LGBT identities and experiences have been represented in post-1900 literary discourse. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2010 or 2020 or 250 or 2 courses above ENG 200 or (Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3270 - Queer Rhetorics and Writing</h2><p>Attention will be paid to rhetorical (intent, purpose, and audience) and composing contexts of queer writings including social and political issues facing queer writers. The term queer will be considered as a term that emerges both in opposition to and in support of gay identities. Readings for discussion and analysis might include a variety of texts such as narrative, memoir, graphic novels, and academic research and theory. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2010 or 2020 or 250 or 2 courses above ENG 200 or (Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3280 - Women's Rhetorics</h2><p>Surveys persuasive writing by women in every historical epoch from B.C.E. to the present. Although the focus is on Western rhetorics, attention will be paid to rhetorics beyond the Western canon. We will address how and why women's rhetorics have been excluded from the rhetorical canon until recently, when revisionist histories have redefined rhetoric to include them. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2010 or 2020 or 250 or 2 courses above ENG 200 or (Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3290 - Rhetoric and Law</h2><p>Rhetoric and law were interdependent in Ancient Greece. This course introduces students to rhetorical concepts and appeals that remain critical to the practice of American law as they arise out of western rhetorical history. Legal concepts from other cultures will provide further context. The course will also introduce rhetorical analytical methods for understanding the textual features of law and policy through concepts such as stasis theory, audience, appeals, and common ground. Assignments might include rhetorical analyses of legal documents, presentation of legal cases, analyzing an important legal decision, analyzing the impact of particular laws on issues of race, class, gender, orientation or disability. Students will study written rhetorical and textual features of legal genres. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> Tier I English</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3300 - Ecological Discourses in English Studies</h2><p>Explores the discourses, theories and practices of ecologically-oriented movements, genres, and intellectual areas that are influencing English Studies. Examines a range of ecological positions, including mainstream environmentalism, deep ecology, ecofeminism, and social ecology. Our method will be to discuss and practice criticism of literary and cultural texts, including rhetorical studies of ecological texts, rhetoric, and popular culture expression. Course study will employ rhetorical theories as a productive tool for identifying recurring motifs, conflicts, concepts, and material realities at stake in artistic and rhetorical expressions about the ecology and human relations within it, and how writers and film makers make strategic appeals to specific audiences. Topics may include issues of representing nature, the separation of nature and culture, relationships between place and identity, issues of development, technology, indigenous cultures, and environmental justice. Our readings will include book excerpts, environmental writing, and rhetoric, fiction, poetry, visual, and online texts.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2010 or 2020 or 250 or 2 courses above ENG 200 or (Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3310 - Studies in Asian Literatures I: Beginnings to 1850</h2><p>Introduces Asian Literatures from the beginnings to 1850, using selections from two or more regions of Asia, such as China, Japan, Korea, India, or Vietnam. The focus will be on examining cultures and histories as they shaped literary expression. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2010 or 2020 or 250 or 2 courses above ENG 200 or (Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> 2CP</p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3320 - Studies in Asian Literature II</h2><p>Introduces Asian literatures from 1850 to the present, using selections from two or more regions of Asia, such as China, Japan, Korea, India, or Vietnam. The focus will be on examining cultures and histories as they shaped literary expression.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2010 or 2020 or 250 or 2 courses above ENG 200 or (Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> 2CP</p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3340 - Israeli Literature</h2><p>Israel is a young country whose writers have inherited an old, complex history. We will study the role of memory, ethics, the diaspora, and aesthetics in Israeli literature. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2010 or 2020 or 250 or 2 courses above ENG 200 or (Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3370 - African American Literature to 1930</h2><p>Will study authors, works, genres, and topics in African American literature up to 1930 </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2010 or 2020 or 250 or 2 courses above ENG 200 or (Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3390 - African American Literature from 1930 to the Present</h2><p>Will study authors, works, genres, and topics in African American literature from 1930 to the present. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2010 or 2020 or 250 or 2 courses above ENG 200 or (Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3400 - Introduction to Analysis of Moving Image Texts</h2><p>Introduction to analysis of moving image texts including film, television, and video.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2010 or 2020 or 250 or 2 courses above ENG 200</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3490 - History of Books and Printing</h2><p>Introduction to history of the book and its place in development of Western culture from ancient world to present. Approach is primarily historical, cultural, and aesthetic.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2010 or 2020 or 250 or 2 courses above ENG 200 or (Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 seminar</p>
<h2>ENG 3500 - Grammar, Mechanics, and Usage</h2><p>Grammatical understanding and awareness of relationships in sentence structure, usage, and punctuation.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 1510 or 1610 or 151A or 152 or 153 or 153A or 153B</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3510 - The History of the English Language</h2><p>Examines changes affecting English; sound patterns, grammatical forms, vocabulary, and semantic values. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> 1 course above ENG D160</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3550 - Studies in World Literature</h2><p>Presents a mosaic of texts to acquaint students with the literature of Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Eastern European, and Latin America. Designed to provide samples of diverse writing from different historical, cultural, and socio-political contexts. Emphasizes shorter texts (short stories, poems, novellas, plays) to better acquaint students with at least two of the various regions. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2010 or 2020 or 250 or 2 courses above ENG 200 or (Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3560 - Young Adult Literature</h2><p>Examines the historical development and characteristics of young adult literature, including a focus on methods of instruction. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> (ENG 2010 or 2020 or 250 or 2 courses above ENG 200)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3570 - Law and Literature</h2><p>This course examines the relationship between law and literature, beginning by focusing on their similarities in techniques and goals before moving to an exploration of how they approach questions of justice, morality, and fairness in very different ways. The course will explore how law and literature perform complementary yet often opposing functions in culture and society. Our readings in literary texts will explore the various ways that literature and law interact, as literature will be observed both to illuminate the workings of justice and its assumptions for readers as well as addressing flaws in legal systems, often turning readers against the laws that govern them and challenging citizen-readers to demand that their laws actually be just and equitable.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> Tier I English</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> 2HL</p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3610 - Creative Writing: Fiction</h2><p>Beginning course in writing short fiction with emphasis on invention, craft, and criticism of student writing and published fiction. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 200 or 201 or 250 or 2010 or 2020</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3620 - Creative Writing: Poetry</h2><p>Beginning course in writing poetry with emphasis on invention, craft, and criticism of student writing and published poetry. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 200 or 202 or 250 or 2010 or 2020</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3630 - Creative Writing: Nonfiction</h2><p>Beginning course in writing nonfiction with emphasis on invention, craft, and criticism of student writing and published nonfiction. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 200 or 201 or 250 or 2010 or 2020</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3650 - Introduction to Literary Editing and Publishing</h2><p>An introduction to the issues and practices of literary magazine editing and publishing, with an examination of both print journals and web-based magazines.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 3610 or 3620 or 3630</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 seminar</p>
<h2>ENG 3820 - Rhetorical Approaches to Writing</h2><p>Applying rhetorical theories and methods to various genres of writing, using rhetorical perspectives to analyze genres and produce texts. Examples might include speeches, memoirs, web sites, email, visual texts, editorials, and reviews, etc. The focus is on how different genres make persuasive appeals given their rhetorical situations and history. Engages students in formal and informal writing, writing to learn, critical reading, and critical thinking.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 1510 and (Soph or Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 seminar</p>
<h2>ENG 3830 - Politics and Literacy: Issues of Race, Class and Gender</h2><p>Designed to explore political, social, historical, and educational perspectives of literacy. Students will read about how historians and theorists have defined the impact of literacy on cultures and individuals. They will read and discuss how literacy has been used as a tool for empowerment and for oppression. An important focus of the class entails examining how a student's experiences with literacy are often shaped by race, social class, and gender. The collection of readings on literacy also covers broad themes, including technologies and literacy, histories of literacy in the U.S., power, privilege, and discourse, and literacy in the work place.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> Soph or Jr or Sr</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3850 - Writing About Culture and Society</h2><p>Writing about cultural issues and artifacts and how they function rhetorically in our society. Different sections might focus on particular issues or artifacts; popular culture, sports, sexuality, etc. Engages students in formal writing, informal writing, writing to learn, critical reading, and critical thinking.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 1510 and (Soph or Jr or Sr)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> 2HL</p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 seminar</p>
<h2>ENG 3860 - Composing in New Media</h2><p>Explores the expansion of written communication through emerging technologies called 'new media.' Readings will explore the relationships among new media, rhetoric, literacy, and textual genres. Various examples will be analyzed and related to the theoretical readings. Students will explore the implications of widespread computer use and compose projects that explore the multiple modes of digital composition.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> Soph or Jr or Sr</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3950 - Creative Writing Workshop: Nonfiction</h2><p>Instruction and practice in writing nonfiction prose, with attention to memoir, literary journalism, and literary essays.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 3630</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be repeated for a maximum of 6.0 hours.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 seminar</p>
<h2>ENG 3960 - Creative Writing Workshop: Short Story</h2><p>Instruction and practice in fiction writing, concentrating on narrative, character, and setting.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 3610</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be repeated for a maximum of 6.0 hours.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 seminar</p>
<h2>ENG 3970 - Intermediate Creative Writing Workshop: Poetry</h2><p>Instruction and practice in poetry writing, for students who have completed an introductory workshop in poetry. Students will study a variety of modern and contemporary poems, and further develop their understanding of what can be done in poems, through a series of writing exercises.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 3620</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be repeated for a maximum of 6.0 hours.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 seminar</p>
<h2>ENG 3970T - Specialized Tutorial I</h2><p>Focus is on a specialized area of study, leading toward the production of a thesis, with any Group I, II, or IV faculty member in the English Department. Focus may be in literature (American, British, Cross-cultural or Multi-ethnic), creative writing (poetry, fiction, non-fiction), rhetoric/composition, or English education. Topic of study and reading list are created jointly by student and tutor and approved by DOS.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2970T and HTC</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 1 - 12</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be repeated for a maximum of 13.0 hours.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 1.0 tutorial</p>
<h2>ENG 3980 - Critical Theory for Multi-Ethnic/Cross-Cultural Studies</h2><p>Examines theoretical texts and contexts in order to explore issues of power and inequality embedded in various modes of cultural representation. Students will develop a working understanding of multiple theoretical approaches to the intersections among race, ethnicity, class, gender, sexuality, nationality, transnationalism, immigration, and colonialism-postcolonialism-neocolonialism.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2010 or 2020 or 250 or 2 courses above ENG 200</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 3980T - Specialized Tutorial II</h2><p>Focus is on specialized area of study, leading toward production of thesis, with any Group I, II, or IV faculty member in the English Department. Focus may be in literature (American, British, Cross-cultural or Multi-ethnic), creative writing (poetry, fiction, non-fiction), rhetoric/composition, or English education. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2970T and HTC</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 1 - 12</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be repeated for a maximum of 13.0 hours.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 1.0 tutorial</p>
<h2>ENG 3990 - Literary Theory</h2><p>Introduction to the work of writers, philosophers, and theorists whose voices have been influential in contemporary literary and cultural theory.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2010 or 2020 or 250 or 2 courses above ENG 200</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 seminar</p>
<h2>ENG 4030X - English Electronic Portfolio II</h2><p>This course will support student development of e-portfoloios that can be used for application to graduate school and/or career placement.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> </p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 1</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 4470 - Studies in Criticism</h2><p>Problems in critical theory. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> (ENG 2010 or 2020) and 1 course above ENG 3000</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 4500 - Postcolonial and Transnational Literature</h2><p>Critical approaches to postcolonial and/or transnational literatures from around the globe, especially Africa, South Asia, the Caribbean, and Eastern Europe</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> (ENG 2010 or 2020) and 1 course above ENG 3000</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 4510 - Teaching Language and Composition</h2><p>Content and methods of presentation for teaching language and composition in high school. Not applicable to Arts and Sciences 200-level requirement. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> EDSE 3500 and EDTE 3730</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 4520 - Teaching Literature in Secondary Schools</h2><p>Content and methods of presentation for teaching literature in high school. Not applicable to Arts and Sciences 200-level requirement. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> EDSE 3500 and EDTE 3730</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 4560 - Readings in Children's Literature</h2><p>A survey of selected types of literature for children from infancy to early adolescence. The main focus is the literary and, in the case of books with illustrations, the graphic characteristics of various genres of children's literature. Another focus is children's experiences with literature. Some attention will be given to activities and strategies that promote and enhance children's reading and guide them toward meaningful and satisfying experiences with literature.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2010 or 2020 or 250 or 2 courses above ENG 200</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 4600 - Topics in English Studies</h2><p>Concentrated attention to one literary topic, e.g., a genre, theme, rhetoric, or literary theory. Topics are announced quarterly in the departmental course description booklet available in Ellis Hall. </p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> (ENG 3070J or 254) and Sr only</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be repeated for a maximum of 12.0 hours.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 4640 - British Authors</h2><p>Capstone course in English studies, giving concentrated attention to a particular author or set of authors.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> (ENG 3070J or 254) and Sr only</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be repeated for a maximum of 12.0 hours.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 4650 - American Authors</h2><p>Authors to be studied vary section to section, semester to semester, and are announced quarterly during priority registration in the departmental course description booklet available at Ellis Hall.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> (ENG 3070J or 254) and Sr only</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be repeated for a maximum of 12.0 hours.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 4660 - International Authors</h2><p>Capstone course in English studies, giving concentrated attention to a particular author or set of authors.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> (ENG 3070J or 254) and Sr only</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be repeated for a maximum of 12.0 hours.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 4810 - Form and Theory of Literary Genres: Fiction</h2><p>Thorough study of an issue in contemporary fiction-writing, exemplified in selected stories and novels, studied in light of selected critical texts.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> 2 Creative writing courses (ENG 3610 or 3620 or 3630 or 3950 or 3960 or 3970 or 4860 or 4870 or 4880)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 seminar</p>
<h2>ENG 4820 - Form and Theory of Literary Genres: Poetry</h2><p>Thorough study of certain issues in the understanding of poetry, with emphasis on choices that poets have to make; for instance, between formal verse and free verse, or between elevated diction and colloquial diction.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> 2 Creative writing courses (ENG 3610 or 3620 or 3630 or 3950 or 3960 or 3970 or 4860 or 4870 or 4880)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 seminar</p>
<h2>ENG 4830 - Form and Theory of Literary Genres: Nonfiction</h2><p>Thorough study of selected issues in the writing of creative nonfiction, including essays and/or memoirs, exemplified in a range of classic and/or contemporary texts.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> 2 Creative writing courses (ENG 3610 or 3620 or 3630 or 3950 or 3960 or 3970 or 4860 or 4870 or 4880)</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 seminar</p>
<h2>ENG 4860 - Advanced Workshop in Fiction</h2><p>Seminar content varies. For students who have completed two fiction workshops and are ready for more ambitious writing projects. May be focused on the challenges of novel-writing.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 3610 and 3960</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 seminar</p>
<h2>ENG 4870 - Advanced Workshop in Poetry</h2><p>An advanced workshop for students who have completed the introductory and intermediate poetry workshops and who seek more difficult challenges in the genre.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 3970</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 seminar</p>
<h2>ENG 4880 - Advanced Workshop in Nonfiction</h2><p>This is the third in the sequence of three nonfiction writing workshops. Students will be expected to produce at least three essays in workshop, participate in advanced readings in the form, and submit a final portfolio.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 3630 and 3950</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 seminar</p>
<h2>ENG 4900 - Special Topics in English</h2><p>Specific course content will vary with offering.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> </p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 1 - 15</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be repeated.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 1.0 lecture</p>
<h2>ENG 4910 - English Internship</h2><p>Provides qualified students with opportunity to learn through working at selected host institutions.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> Permission required of internship coordinator and Sr only</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 1 - 9</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be repeated for a maximum of 9.0 hours.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 internship</p>
<h2>ENG 4911 - Field Experience in Secondary English/Language and Composition</h2><p>Field experience to provide practical applications of materials, methods, and techniques of language and composition instruction as appropriate in various secondary school settings. Students will observe classroom teachers and carry out various instructional tasks as the cooperating teachers deem appropriate.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 4510 concurrent</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 1</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 2.0 laboratory</p>
<h2>ENG 4912 - Field Experience in Secondary English/Literature</h2><p>Field experience to provide practical application of materials, methods, and techniques of literature instruction as appropriate in various secondary school settings. Students will observe classroom teachers and carry out various instructional tasks as the cooperating teachers deem appropriate.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 4520 concurrent</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 1</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 2.0 laboratory</p>
<h2>ENG 4930 - Independent Reading</h2><p>Directed individual reading and research.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> Permission required</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be repeated for a maximum of 9.0 hours.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 independent study</p>
<h2>ENG 4940 - Research Apprenticeship in English Studies</h2><p>Provides qualified students the opportunity to learn and practice skills needed for advanced research in English studies through participation in a faculty member's ongoing scholarly work; may involve either skilled research assistance or collaborative authorship.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 3070J and (jr or sr) and permission required</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 1 - 9</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be repeated for a maximum of 9.0 hours.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 research</p>
<h2>ENG 4970T - Thesis Tutorial I</h2><p>First semester of year-long project of producing a major scholarly or creative work of high quality reflecting the student's special interests. The focus is on research, theoretical grounding, creative productivity, and organization of materials. Weekly meetings with tutor, including presentation of drafts of in-progress material.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2970T and HTC</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 1 - 12</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be repeated for a maximum of 13.0 hours.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 1.0 tutorial</p>
<h2>ENG 4980T - Thesis Tutorial II</h2><p>Second semester of year-long project of producing a major scholarly or creative work of high quality reflecting the student's special interests. In this tutorial, focus is on completing and revising the thesis. Weekly meetings with tutor, including presentation of work in progress and revisions.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> ENG 2970T and HTC</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 1 - 12</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be repeated for a maximum of 13.0 hours.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 1.0 tutorial</p>
<h2>ENG 4990H - English Departmental Honors</h2><p>Completion of individual thesis or creative writing project for B.A. with Honors in English.</p><p><strong>Requisites:</strong> Permission required and Sr only</p><p><strong>Credits:</strong> 3</p><p><strong>General Education Code:</strong> </p><p><strong>Repeat/Retake Information:</strong> May be repeated for a maximum of 9.0 hours.</p><p><strong>Lecture/Lab Hours:</strong> 3.0 tutorial</p>