Curriculum – Course List

Literature is the one place in any society where, within the secrecy of our own heads, we can hear voices talking about everything in every possible way.
– [Ahmed] Salman Rushdie
(Is Nothing Sacred?)


Undergraduate Course Offerings

ENG 091 – Critical Reading

ENG 101 – Rhetoric and College Writing

ENG 102 – College Writing and Civic Engagement

ENG 111 – Freshman Seminar: Novel Mysteries Revealed

ENG 112 – Freshman Seminar: Building Medieval Giants – Castles and Cathedrals

ENG 113 – Freshman Seminar: Video Games and Gaming

ENG 132 – Introduction to Poetry

ENG 133 – Introduction to Fiction

ENG 137 – Introduction to Literature

ENG 152 – Introduction to World Literature

ENG 231 – Survey of African American Literature

ENG 232 – Calabash: Caribbean Literature and Culture

ENG 234 – Introduction to Film

ENG 235 – Introduction to American Literature

ENG 236 – Introduction to British Literature

ENG 271 – Introduction to Writing Poetry: Sound, Sense and Structure

ENG 272 – Introduction to Creative Writing

ENG 275 – Advanced Composition

ENG 301 – Introduction to the Discipline

ENG 302 – Introduction to Linguistics

ENG 311 – Literary Study and Research

ENG 312 – Rhetoric and Composing Theories

ENG 320 – Topics in World Literature I

ENG 321 – ECCE: From China to Chinese America

ENG 323 – ECCE: European Cinema

ENG 324 – ECCE: Contemporary African Literature

ENG 330 – Topics in American Literature I

ENG 331 – ECCE: Asian American Women

ENG 332 – Women Playwrights

ENG 335 – Early American Literature

ENG 336 – American Literature: 1865 to the Present

ENG 337 – ECCE: American Souths

ENG 340 – ECCE: US Communities – Topics in English Studies

ENG 342 – Playing Shakespeare

ENG 351 – The British Victorian Novel

ENG 360 – Topics in English Studies

ENG 362 – ECCE: Interdisciplinary Study of Work

ENG 363 – Mythology

ENG 364 – Literature and the Bible

ENG 365 – Children’s and Young Adult Literature

ENG 367 – ECCE: Effective Tutoring and Service Learning

ENG 368 – ECCE: Creative Writing, Publishing and Community

ENG 370 – Topics in Creative Writing I

ENG 371 – Creative Writing Poetry

ENG 380 – Introduction to Literary Genres

ENG 381 – ECCE: Graphic Novel

ENG 404 – History of the English Language

ENG 405 – Professional and Technical Writing

ENG 406 – Writing Essays and Reviews

ENG 407 – The Theory and Practice of Composition and Rhetoric in the American University

ENG 408 – Non-Fiction Writing

ENG 409 – Rhetoric of Composition in Digital Media

ENG 410 – Topics in Composition or Linguistics

ENG 420 – Topics in World Literature II

ENG 424 – ECCE: Symbolist Movement in Europe, 1850-1920

ENG 425 – European Literature: Ancient Greek and Biblical Motives, 1880-Present

ENG 426 – ECCE: Expatriate Paris

ENG 430 – Topics in American Literature II

ENG 433 – Contemporary American Novel

ENG 434 – Literature and Culture of Early America

ENG 435 – American Literature: 1820-1865

ENG 436 – The American Novel: 1865-1915

ENG 437 – American Literature Between the Wars

ENG 438 – African-American Literature

ENG 440 – Major Figures in American Literature Since 1900

ENG 443 – Chaucer and His Era

ENG 444 – Milton

ENG 445 – Midwestern Literature

ENG 447 – Arthurian Literature

ENG 448 – The Shakespeare Project

ENG 449 – The British Romantics

ENG 450 – Topics in British Literature II

ENG 453 – Poetry and Prose of the Victorian Age

ENG 454 – The British Novel from Dickens to Hardy

ENG 455 – Modern British Literature

ENG 456 – Contemporary British Literature

ENG 460 – Themes in Literature

ENG 461 – Major Women Writers

ENG 470 – Topics in Creative Writing II

ENG 471 – Creative Writing: Non-Fiction

ENG 480 – Topics in Genre Study

ENG 481 – ECCE: Memoirs Across Cultures

ENG 499 – Tutorial


 Graduate Courses Offered

ENG 501 – Digital Humanities Research

ENG 502 – Textual Criticism

ENG 503  – Digital Humanities Research

ENG 510 – Graduate Seminar: Major Figures in British Literature, 1700-1900

ENG 530 – Graduate Seminar: Topics in Composition and Rhetoric

ENG 540 – Graduate Seminar: Topics in Literary Study

ENG 550 – Graduate Seminar: Topics in Teaching Writing

ENG 551 – Teaching Literature

ENG 552 – Sociolinguistics and English Studies

ENG 553 – Teaching Practicum

ENG 554 – Teaching Technologies in English Studies

ENG 555 – Contemporary Theory

ENG 560 – Graduate Seminar: Literary Period

ENG 570 – Advanced Creative Writing

ENG 571 – Business of Writing

ENG 575 – Writing the Long Essay and the Non-Fiction Chapter

ENG 580 – Graduate Seminar: Literary Genres

ENG 587 – Comprehensive Examination

ENG 588 – Comprehensive Examination Continuing Enrollment

ENG 589 – Thesis or Creative Writing Project

ENG 590 – Thesis or Project Continuing Enrollment

ENG 599 – Tutorial

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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