Second Year Writing — For Students
English 2367, Second Year Writing, is offereed under five different decimalizations, each of which has a slightly different focus. All decimalizations fulfill the GEC Writing and Communication: Level Two GEC category; 2367.01, .02, and .05 also fulfill the Social Diversity in the United States GEC category.
All decimalizations may be offered with the honors designation (e.g. 2367.01H), and English 2367.01 may be offered as a service-learning course (2367.01S). Actual offerings vary from term to term; you can search for offerings in the university's Schedule of Classes.
English 2367.01: Language, Identity, and Culture in the U.S. Experience
The 'standard version' of English 2367. While it may include elements of literature or other thematic areas, it tends to focus on issues of writing and non-literary language uses, such as advertisement and public speech.
English 2367.02: Literature in the U.S. Experience
This version of English 2367 uses literature as an entry point for discussion, analysis, and writing about various aspects of United States identities and cultures.
English 2367.03: Documentary in the U.S. Experience
This version of English 2367 uses various forms of documentary as an entry point for discussion, analysis, and writing about aspects of United States identities and cultures.
English 2367.04: Science and Technology in the U.S. Experience
This version of English 2367 focuses on the effects of science and technology on U.S. cultures and identities.
English 2367.05: The U.S. Folk Experience
This version of English 2367 explores U.S. cultures and identities using concepts of ethnography and folklore studies. One of many elective options for the undergraduate minor in folklore.